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  1. #1

    Default how to get opensuse11.1 -0 cd

    hello,

    I am using 11.1 version and take the tutorial from Swerdna au - Home: Welcome to SwerdnaNet. One of the tutorial there tell about installing Lamp server using Yast software management. So my problem is when i have done all of my selection to install, the software management ask me to insert a disk label opensuse11.1 -0 cd. I trying with inserting opensuse11.1 live cd, but it appears a dialog tell to insert the right cd. What is the opensuse11.1 -0 cd and where could i get it?

    TQ

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    Default Re: how to get opensuse11.1 -0 cd

    When you have a running system connected to the Internet you should not use the CD/DVD any more as a repository.

    YaST > Software Resources
    Select the one that represents the CD/DVD and uncheck the two boxes below. Check that you have at least the OSS and NON-OSS repos (and may be also Packman, that is up to you) made active.
    Henk van Velden

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    Will Honea NNTP User

    Default Re: how to get opensuse11.1 -0 cd

    mbn915 wrote:

    >
    > hello,
    >
    > I am using 11.1 version and take the tutorial from 'Swerdna au - Home:
    > Welcome to SwerdnaNet' (http://www.swerdna.net.au). One of the tutorial
    > there tell about installing Lamp server using Yast software management.
    > So my problem is when i have done all of my selection to install, the
    > software management ask me to insert a disk label opensuse11.1 -0 cd. I
    > trying with inserting opensuse11.1 live cd, but it appears a dialog tell
    > to insert the right cd. What is the opensuse11.1 -0 cd and where could i
    > get it?


    That appears to be two separate things. From what I've seen, I would guess
    you updated from 11.0 -> 11.1. Every time I do that the 11.0 CD label gets
    left in the "updated" resource list.

    Doesn't really matter, though. With one exception, you should disable the
    CD/DVD (/dev/sr0) repo in the resource list (YAST -> Software Resources)
    and rely on the online distribution repos. That will fix a lot of
    essentially irritating error notifications.

    The exception is when you are doing any messing around with your network
    configuration - then you can get into a situation where you need a package
    to complete the change but you have no network connection until the change
    is finished. Chicken or egg? This will bite you frequently on a laptop
    with only wireless access.

    --
    Will Honea

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