bypass the startup process on Suse(Linux)

Hi, I'm installing Suse (Linux) operating system on several computers. I would like to know, how I can bypass the login startup process. I would like the server to boot without having to go through the login.
Is there a way to pre-set my login and password during installation that will allow me to bypass the startup process?
bojeff30Asked:
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abbrightCommented:
I don't know what you mean by "bypass the startup process", but if you want to automatically install Suse Linux you may want to check out autoyast which allows for a scripted, automatic installation of it: http://doc.opensuse.org/projects/YaST/openSUSE11.3/autoinstall/ and http://www.suse.com/~ug/AutoYaST_FAQ.html.
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farzanjCommented:
If you want to reduce the boot loader time or selection of OS, you can modify grub.conf
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bojeff30Author Commented:
Sorry, let me clarify.
I’m looking for something similar to kickstart in RedHat.  With KickStart I’m able to set my root password, keyboard and language. I would like to do the same with Suse. I’m looking for a good “how to” document that explains the process.  
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farzanjCommented:
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farzanjCommented:
AutoYast

I think this one is pretty good

http://www.suse.com/~ug/AutoYaST_FAQ.html
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farzanjCommented:
In the document above, you can see that unlike Kickstart, autoyast file is in XML format.  This document answers all the questions you asked.  There is a difference in older SUSE and newer ones and this document talks about it so just be aware.
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