Turning off Auto-login in Suse 10.3

February 19, 2008 at 8:45 pm 1 comment

For some reason, my Suse 10.3 auto-login when I boot it up. I suspect that when I installed it, I wasn’t paying attention and auto-login is the default option. After playing around with different options I finally figured it out.

  1. Run Yast (or in this case Yast2).
  2. You will be prompted to enter the root password. Enter the password.
  3. Go to Security and User.
  4. Click on the User Management.
  5. Click on Expert Option and select Login Settings.
  6. Uncheck the auto login and press OK.
  7. Press Finish.

This should make auto-login go away.


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