OK, so here we go again, a netbook have no DVD-drive so there is need for usb-stick if U dont have a working network and other connected machine with the iso-file for 11.2, or a quick reliable internetconnection and lot of time.

So, I found the new article about live-usb here:
Live USB stick - openSUSE
Seems like a lot of difficult things are taken away wich is good for us non Linux-gurus.
Have been running SUSE now since 11.0 and anyway I find these instructions quite complicated, Im sorry.

My first question is:
I have a well working stationry computer right now running SUSE 11.2, and I am thinkin of using a USB-stick together with these instructions in order to install 11.2 on my netbook (currently running a problematic 11.0 version):

Linux Instructions

1) Learn how your USB stick is recognized by the system:

linux-vgqb:~ # ls -l /dev/disk/by-id/*usb*

It will print out something like:

lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 9 13. Aug 10:04 /dev/disk/by-id/usb-Kingston_DataTraveler_II+_5B751D8C1994-0:0 -> ../../sdx

Here /dev/sdx is used in the commands to shorten it, normally /dev/disk/by-id/.. is used directly to avoid overwriting of the hard disk.

2) Use this command to write (as root) the LiveCD iso to your USB stick. Be careful to replace /dev/sdx with the actual hard disk device learned from command above, and replace the name of the iso (if=openSUSE-11.2-KDE4-LiveCD-i686.iso) with the actual name of the iso image you downloaded:

dd if=openSUSE-11.2-KDE4-LiveCD-i686.iso of=/dev/sdx bs=4M
The live ISO is relying of a working network or internet connection I think, how can I as easy use the full DVD.iso that I already have?
Is there not a way to put also the DVD.iso on the USB, why use the live-option?
Im sorry , once long time ago I succeded the long way, described under section 2:
Live USB stick - openSUSE
, I think....
And I really would prefer not to have to go through that again.

Im sorry, but again I see gurus writning help articles not really usable for us non-gurus.
As I said, I manged to install a fully working 11.2 on a nother computer, even if I first tried to upgrade from 11.1 (which kept a frezing mouse problem I had got recently), and on second try with re-installation instead, had the runlevel3 activated giving me only a black screen first, which I solved by writing a simple 5 on boot options (also something that really could be put out more obvious for us non-gurus out here).
Whith this I want to say that I really think Im not a total beginner.
Despite my "competence", I see big problems in this matter on such a particulary simple task as a installing SUSE from an USBstick on such a usual device as a netbook (Acer Aspire One) today.
I mean SUSE is supposed to be the easiest for us non-gurus, isnt it?

Thanks for all ideas in this matter. Comments on support pages as well as proposals for solving my particular problem.