Is it possible not to set a login password?

I want to create an account that anyone can use for my family without setting a password. In addition, I would like to automatically log in to the account when I start up the computer, is it possible?

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Enable automatic login

GNOME Settings > Details > Users > Unlock > Username > Automatic Login

See also: Configure automatic login

Use empty password for keyring

sudo dnf install seahorse

Passwords and Keys > Passwords > Login > Change Password

Make the account passwordless

sudo passwd -d ${USER}

Assuming that you understand the related security implications.


Removing the account password was successful. However, the automatic login does not succeed somehow.

I enabled Automatic Login from the Settings.
And I checked /etc/gdm/custom.conf

the file shows

## custom.conf

# GDM configuration storage

# Uncomment the line below to force the login screen to use Xorg





# Uncomment the line below to turn on debugging