My wife did a clean install of Leap 42.1 on her desktop computer from a disk that came with Linux Pro Magazine (current month issue). Previously she had been using 13.2 on this desktop and had removed KWallet (because she hates it). 13.2 functioned just fine without KWallet.

But when she did the clean install of Leap 42.1 it integrated KWallet with a lot of programs. When she went into Yast (Software Management) to remove KWallet, upon rebooting the pooter all she got was a black screen with a flashing cursor in the upper left hand corner of the screen. No desktop; no way to get to a desktop.

So, here's the question. Is there a way to install Leap 42.1 from this Linux Pro Magazine disk without ANY of KWallet?

Note: she has Leap 42.1 on her laptop installed from a very early SuSE.org download and it works just fine without KWallet. (I can hear you laughing.)

Is there a simple way to use this Linux Pro Magazine disk and not get KWallet or should she just find that SuSE.org download that was successful on her laptop and use it to install on the desktop? She senses that the Linux Pro magazine disk is a more refined and solid version of Leap 42.1 than she got a couple of months ago from SuSE.org, but that's just a guess.

If there is a way to use this newer disk without KWallet she'd be most appreciative for instructions on how to do it.

Bosdad