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Sunday, July 12, 2009

install OpenSuse 11.1

Step By Step Install opensuse 11.1 By:Mr.Gm

Step 1: Welcome screen

YaST will present you with the Welcome screen. All YaST pages follow the same interface: a list of where you are in the installation on the left, different functions in the main screen, and Help, Back, Abort, and Next buttons at the bottom.

Choose your language in this screen. The keyboard layout is set automatically depending upon the language. If your keyboard layout is different from the one chosen by YaST, go ahead and correct it

You'll be shown the openSUSE License Agreement. To expand the license agreement, click Show License. After reading the agreement, click Next.

Step 2: System Analysis

YaST will now analyze your computer to determine the settings it should use for installation

Step 3: Installation Mode

Now you can what type of installation of openSUSE 11.1 you would like..

Most users should leave the options set to what they are. If you have a previous version of openSUSE installed, you can choose Update to upgrade that version to openSUSE 11.1. If you ever need to repair your installation of openSUSE 11.1, the Repair Installed System option can be used to assess and repair your installed openSUSE system.

If you want to fine-tune how the entire installation is set up, including hardware configuration, you can uncheck Use Automatic Configuration. This is recommended only for those who know what they are doing, and it also extends the time it takes to install openSUSE 11.1. You can configure the parts done by the automatic configuration also later in the running system if you want, so especially beginners should leave it as it is.

Step 4: Set the time & time zone

After that, you will be brought to a screen with a map on it. This is where you will give your time zone information for your computer's clock.Zoom in on your region of the world, then choose one of the cities with a dot on them, either the closest one to your location, or any one in your time zone. You can confirm these settings at the bottom. If the time in the Time and Date section is not correct, choose Change... to correct it. If you have another operating system like Windows installed you should make sure that Hardware Clock Set To UTC is disabled. If you are only running Linux, enable it.

Step 5: Desktop selection

Here you can select which of the two desktop environments openSUSE includes you wish to install. If you'd rather the KDE 3 desktop, other smaller window managers, or even text mode, select Other and then select from the list shown. Please note this is only for the initial installation. Later in the install or even afterwards, you will be able to choose any other desktop environment to install.

Step 6: Setting up your disk

Now YaST will set up your hard drive settings. If you have another operating system installed on the computer (for example, Microsoft Windows or another Linux), YaST will resize that operating system so that it is still installed on your computer, but has enough room to install openSUSE 11.1.

YaST should propose settings that will satisfy most users. If you see red text in the partition proposal window, you probably have to change the setting, red means that partitions will be deleted. If you want to edit the proposed settings, click Edit Partition Setup.... If you'd like to redo the entire setup for your own settings, click Create Partition Setup.... If you want to keep the proposed settings, click Next.

Step 7: Create your user

Now you'll need to set up a user account for the primary user of the computer

Enter your full name, a username (which is automatically chosen: you can change the name if you wish), and a password.

Now you are presented with the overview of the installation. These are the details to what YaST is going to do to your system upon installation

To change these details, select the headline of the option or choose it in the Change... menu as shown

software changes

The most common setting users want to change is software. In YaST, software is installed in patterns, or groups of software that achieve a similar goal.

The appropriate software patterns for a basic openSUSE installation have already been chosen by default, but you may want to add additional ones (e.g., developer tools or extra office applications). If so, simply check the pattern on the left. Disk space permitting, all associated software will be installed along with the rest of the system. To speed up the installation it's recommended to leave the software selection as it is for the installation. You can install new software as single packages or patterns later in the running system.

Step 9: Install openSUSE!

You'll be asked again if you want to install. This is the point of no return. After you accept this dialog, installation will begin.

Click Install to begin the installation.

Now the installer will work to install openSUSE. Several progress bars will come and go, until you are at the openSUSE installation slideshow:

After the installation is complete, the computer will reboot.

Automatic Configuration

After the system has rebooted into your new openSUSE 11.1 system, the installation is over. However, before you can start your desktop, it must run a one-time automatic configuration of your hardware and network connection.

Completion of Installation

openSUSE 11.1 is now installed! Once you login, you'll be greeted by the openSUSE Greeter with all sorts of information about openSUSE on it, and you'll be directed to setting up your online update system

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