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    Nexusx64 NNTP User

    Post Auto Logon without Password Authentication

    I'm currently dual booting OpenSUSE x64 and Vista Ultimate x64. Everything is running fine, I'm just having a little trouble finding the setting to enable the login screen on boot initialization. Can anyone direct me on how to do this. Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Auto Logon without Password Authentication

    YaST - Security and users is one place.

    Andy
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    Nexusx64 NNTP User

    Default Re: Auto Logon without Password Authentication

    Quote Originally Posted by deltaflyer44 View Post
    YaST - Security and users is one place.

    Andy
    Thanks for the reply Andy. Perhaps it's my fault in failing to mention that I'm new to OpenSUSE and in general, Linux. I've goten as far as YaST and I see "Security and Users" but I'm not sure what to do from there. Can you give me a step-by-step instruction on enabling the logon screen. Thanks.

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    Nexusx64 NNTP User

    Default Re: Auto Logon without Password Authentication

    After a bit of festering I found how to enable the logon screen; YaST-Security and Users-Users and Group Management-Expert Options-Login Settings [uncheck auto login]. It's there for reference. Thanks Again for the help.

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