Text - based install:
You can get a text-based yast2 if you hold down control while it boots
from CD1, or you can use yast1 by booting from CD2.
Graphics configuration: have you tried sax2 from the command line (as
What happens when you type sax ?
On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, Matt Johnson wrote:
Hopefully a simple one...
I've just got in a new Dell Dimension with onboard
(hmm) graphics. I
want to use it as a proxy server.
I bung in the Suse cd1. It boots from it. Yast2. It
seems happy right up until you get the first pretty
screen (the nice looking install interface - grey
gui). At this point it focuses in on and magnifies the
top left hand corner of the screen, and I can't do any
more. It doesn't crash, it's just that all I can do is
change the options that happen to be in the top left
of the screen!!!
So, I get clever. I use Yast and the boot disk. I use
XF86Config at the end of the install. When I go into
KDE with startx - again - magnifies the screen. All I
can see is the message in the middle of the screen
that you get when you run KDE for the first time
...creating desktop etc. etc. I've tried SaX. Won't
I'm not very experienced with Linux. I've set up a
before, and implemented Samba, but on this I'm stuck.
Any simple way I can use Yast2? (It's easy for a
beginner like me).
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