Finished installing openSUSE 11.2. Seems smoother. A few questions though…
I set autologin and it does as it should.
However, during boot-up, the Login Window appears with the openSUSE background, then it disappears and loads Gnome (no user interaction needed).
In 11.1 I was able to hide that Login Window as to not show up during boot up (or it hide automatically). How do you do this in 11.2?
Or is it because there’s somekind of openSUSE branding enabled… if so, where is it… it not related to the bootsplash theme right…
DISABLING SUSPEND AND HIBERNATE
How do you remove/disable “Suspend” and “hibernate” from the “Shut Down the Computer” window?
For example, if you set “Power Button” to interactive, when you press your power button, that “Shut Down the Computer” menu will appear, I want to remove those two options. I also want to disable those options, never want the user, including root, to be able to suspend or hibernate.
In “gconf-editor”, I seen the option for the session splashscreen is on and it points to the default location, but it does not show up…
FYI, the bootsplash comes up fine…
and just for fun…
Does anyone actually made it work? Just using the openSUSE branding that came with it? I can only make the old bootsplash work… If anyone has step by step, please forward
Thank you for your help and tips.