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    Default Re: YaST Installation stopped working...

    Unfortunately that getting started thing didn't work...

    By the way, it seems like you're referring to Cleanup Tools I don't know the location of...

    By the way, is there some way to like save a bunch of settings and then reinstall and then load the settings or something? It almost seems at this point with so few solutions to this like that might almost be simpler to do...

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    Default Re: YaST Installation stopped working...

    Quote Originally Posted by G Warrior107
    Unfortunately that getting started thing didn't work...

    By the way, it seems like you're referring to Cleanup Tools I don't
    know the location of...

    By the way, is there some way to like save a bunch of settings and then
    reinstall and then load the settings or something? It almost seems at
    this point with so few solutions to this like that might almost be
    simpler to do...
    Hi
    Do you mean the zypper commands?

    Possibly autoyast would do what you are talking about;
    http://en.opensuse.org/AutoYaST
    http://www.suse.de/~ug/

    I think a re-install maybe the answer though...sigh

    As a side note, make sure you do a media check at the beginning of your
    install as another user had a similar issue with YaST and when doing a
    media check found errors on the DVD.
    See: http://tinyurl.com/478oq4 or
    http://forums.opensuse.org/install-b...dware-tab.html

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    Default Re: YaST Installation stopped working...

    Try booting with the install media (dvd) and choose repair.
    You shouldn't have to reinstall to fix things
    Quote Originally Posted by G_Warrior107 View Post
    Unfortunately that getting started thing didn't work...

    By the way, it seems like you're referring to Cleanup Tools I don't know the location of...

    By the way, is there some way to like save a bunch of settings and then reinstall and then load the settings or something? It almost seems at this point with so few solutions to this like that might almost be simpler to do...
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    Default Re: YaST Installation stopped working...

    > P.S. DenverD, your sig is broken add a space after the -- eg
    > --{space}


    thanks....better?

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    I'll look into that Auto-YaST thing (posting while at school, it'll be a while before I get back on how that worked) but I'm pretty sure it's not a problem with the DVD, you'd think then that it would've never worked and it's worked since early-mid July and just started having this problem a couple days before I posted.

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    I don't think I quite mentioned yet, but the repair thing on the DVD didn't work, I tried that part and it just kind of failed...

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    Default Re: YaST Installation stopped working...

    Quote Originally Posted by G Warrior107
    I don't think I quite mentioned yet, but the repair thing on the DVD
    didn't work, I tried that part and it just kind of failed...
    Hi
    Sounds like a dodgy DVD burn....

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