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    Default yast2 window close after finish installation.

    how can I set it don't close automatically?
    I want it just stay there, and let me close it manully.

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    Default Re: yast2 window close after finish installation.

    1. Start up YaST Control Center
    2. Select System
    3. Click /etc/sysconfig Editor on the right
    4. Unfold the following options:
      1. System
      2. YaST2
      3. GUI
    5. Select PKGMGR_ACTION_AT_EXIT
    6. Pick one of the options,
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    1. Start up YaST Control Center
    2. Select System
    3. Click /etc/sysconfig Editor on the right
    4. Unfold the following options:
      1. System
      2. YaST2
      3. GUI
    5. Select PKGMGR_ACTION_AT_EXIT
    6. Pick one of the options,
    no options can be unfolded on the /etc/sysconfig Editor.
    please see the image:

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    Default Re: yast2 window close after finish installation.

    You mean it's blank on the left of the UI?
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    Default Re: yast2 window close after finish installation.

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    You mean it's blank on the left of the UI?
    yes

    Unfold the following options:

    1. System
    2. YaST2
    3. GUI

    where are these 3 options?

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    Default Re: yast2 window close after finish installation.

    What do you get from

    Code:
    zypper ve
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    Default Re: yast2 window close after finish installation.

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    What do you get from

    Code:
    zypper ve
    linux-dkkq:/opt/lampp # zypper ve
    Loading repository data...
    Reading installed packages...

    Dependencies of all installed packages are satisfied.

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    Default Re: yast2 window close after finish installation.

    There is something you're not telling us. I've just checked in case it was a language problem and yast renders fine with Chinese.

    I've seen something similar when yast is run via sudo and the appropriate permissions aren't given for the relevant modules, but it normally gives a warning. I bet if you look in /etc/sysconfig its all there so their has to be a reason why it isn't showing.
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    Default Re: yast2 window close after finish installation.

    In a su - terminal try this

    Code:
    yast
    You need the keyboard to work thru this yast.
    Can you see text in it?
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    Default Re: yast2 window close after finish installation.

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    In a su - terminal try this

    Code:
    yast
    You need the keyboard to work thru this yast.
    Can you see text in it?
    still blank.


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