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    Exclamation something wrong with yast

    Recently I installed WINE in opensuse 11.0. But I found that the Yast and Yast2 can't work properly. eg: when I open any module of yast ,it said:"Error while creating client module OneClickIstall UI(or the like)".
    could anyone give me some advices?
    Thank u very much.

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    Default Re: something wrong with yast

    Wine is not related to Yast in any way.

    Oneclick Install's are not part of your Yast.

    Can you open Yast
    Then click software management?
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    bobwadd NNTP User

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    I am having a similar problem. Since updating Yast2 I cannot load the software management module (amongst others).

    Error message for software management is:
    Error while creating client module sw_single

    I do not have Wine installed.

    Many thanks for your help.

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    Default Re: something wrong with yast

    A good bit of advice is to either become familar with zypper from a terminal, or have a seperate package manager installed - like Smart
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    Default Re: something wrong with yast

    Did you ignore any dependencies when installing yast or zypper packages?

    Second, could you please post the output of this command: zypper sl?

    I have run into the same problem before, and it was do to installing packages from the wrong version of a repository and then ignoring dependencies.

    Hope that helps.

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    bobwadd NNTP User

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    You were quite right, of course! I de-installed and then re-installed yast using zypper and all is now well.

    Many thanks for the prompt advice.

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