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Re: [opensuse] OpenSuse 10.2 can not install
  • From: Danesh Daroui <Danesh.D@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 23:46:14 +0100
  • Message-id: <45D39136.3060002@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sunny wrote:
On 2/14/07, Danesh Daroui <Danesh.D@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/10.2/iso/cd/openSUSE-10.2-GM-Addon-Lang-i386.iso

had problems.



The Addon CD is not bootable, it just contains more language packs.

For install, you need the CD1.

Also, it is a bad idea to burn cd image onto DVD media. I'm not sure
this will work OK. Either download the install DVD, or get all install
CDs (incl. the addon), or, you can do a network install, if you
download the mini-iso. Read for internet install here:
http://en.opensuse.org/INSTALL_Internet

Cheers

You are right. Sorry, I am not that silly, but I think the information on download page is a little bit confusing at least for a newbie. It now works, thanks everybody. Now, I have some questions:

1. I saw a very cool 3D modeling which was offered in OpenSuse where the user could see other windows by rotating a cube. It was very cool but I think it is available only in KDE. I am more comfortable with GNOME. Is it available in GNOME too?

2. How OpenSuse works with Wireless cards? I had very big problems with Ubuntu to detect my card and at last I installed ndiswrapper, but after a while everything began to be messy and my Wireless card didn'r work at all! My Wireless card is Broadcom.

3. As I see, OpenSuse supports RPM packages, but I think it has its own package manager too. Am I right?

Thanks,

D.
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