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#21
Originally Posted by aspergerguy View Post
You are saying that you can't input the following?

Code:
devel-su
mv /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/oviplugin /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/.oviplugin
Sorry second line should be continuous but can't get enough room, there is space between oviplugin /user
Thanks. I could not
Code:
# rm /usr/bin/ovi-startup
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#22
Hi, I just did a
Code:
devel-su
cp  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/oviplugin \
 /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/.oviplugin 
rm  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/oviplugin
on my n950 (open mode)

The file oviplugin "vanished" as expected. rm works, at least in open mode

After a restart the nokia-login page was not shown anymore.
 

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#23
Hi.
I also had to 'touch' another file. I rename the files instead of delete. The login screen was still present after reboot so I had to do:
Code:
 mv /usr/lib/AccountSetup/genericplugin  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/genericplugin.orig
So far no more annoying login screens.
Regards.
 

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#24
Originally Posted by pasko View Post
Hi.
I also had to 'touch' another file. I rename the files instead of delete. The login screen was still present after reboot so I had to do:
Code:
 mv /usr/lib/AccountSetup/genericplugin  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/genericplugin.orig
So far no more annoying login screens.
Regards.
i couldn't remove login screen after touching

Code:
devel-su
cp  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/oviplugin \
 /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/.oviplugin 
rm  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/oviplugin
and

Code:
 mv /usr/lib/AccountSetup/genericplugin  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/genericplugin.orig
shouldn't it be

Code:
 mv /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/genericplugin  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/genericplugin.orig
 
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#25
Anyone can help me?
 
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#26
Originally Posted by genes View Post
Anyone can help me?
Hi.

I just made a few quick checks and the route for this file in my device is in folder "/usr/lib/AccountSetup".
I would also add that my device is flashed in openmode although I'm not sure if this is relevant in this case or not.
Anyway, Could you try to rename the file - wherever it is - and see if it works as expected?. You can always undo it if it doesn't.

Regards.
 
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#27
Originally Posted by genes View Post
Anyone can help me?
As a last resort I just had to use this command line:
Code:
chmod -rwx /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/oviplugin
from this thread:http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...4&postcount=56
 
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#28
Originally Posted by genes View Post
Shouldn't it be

Code:
 mv /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/genericplugin  /usr/lib/AccountSetup/bin/genericplugin.orig
Not if you don't want to have to install any .deb by using aegis-dpkg -i instead of device UI.
 
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