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    Default One Click Install

    I don't seem to have the package installed on OpenSUSE 11 to allow one click install. When I click on a link it is asking me what I want to open it with

    Can someone please give me the name of the one click install package so that I can find it on the repositories and install it

    thanks

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    Default Re: One Click Install

    one click intalls (.ymp) should open with the default opensuse packager (yast2) and are just metapackages containing a link to a set of packages in the repos. nothing extra is needed.

    stefan
    "The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't suck is the day they make a vacuum cleaner"
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    Default Re: One Click Install

    that's not happening with me

    When I try to install the codecs for KDE, I click on the link for the one click, and I am asked to save it, or to open with (browse), it wont open up the one click installer for the codecs that I used to get with 10.3

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    Default Re: One Click Install

    and if you use 'browse' to select 'yast2' and then open it?
    "The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't suck is the day they make a vacuum cleaner"
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    Default Re: One Click Install

    I'm not sure how to find Yast2 sorry

    When I click browse I get a screen open up with three folders I can look in

    richard
    desktop
    file system

    there is a search, but entering yast2 brings up nothing, and I am not sure where in the file system to find yast2

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    filesystem: /sbin/yast2
    "The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't suck is the day they make a vacuum cleaner"
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    Default Re: One Click Install

    thanks, I get the following message

    Xmessage

    No such client module /tmp/codecs-kde-1.ymp
    The search path follows. It does not include the current directory.

    /y2update/clients
    /home/richard/.yast2/clients
    /usr/share/YaST2/clients

    Run 'yast22 -h" for help on usage

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    Default Re: One Click Install

    When it says "open file with", type the command:

    /sbin/OneClickInstallUI

    (The capitals do count)

    It should now load the one click installer against your .ymp file.

    Hope this helps, if you need more assistance please do not hesitate.

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    Default Re: One Click Install

    THANK YOU, that worked

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    Default Re: One Click Install

    indeed good advice, i did not even know that there was Another applet for managing packages.

    thx, stefan
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