Can't find newly installed package

Thanks to the generous help of forum members I’ve been able to install the dhcp server using zypper.

RoutFire:/usr/share/doc/packages # zypper info dhcp-server
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...

Information for package dhcp-server:
Repository     : openSUSE-Leap-15.0-Oss  
Name           : dhcp-server             
Version        : 4.3.5-lp150.4.1         
Arch           : x86_64                  
Vendor         : openSUSE                
Installed Size : 2.3 MiB                 
Installed      : Yes                     
Status         : up-to-date              
Source package : dhcp-4.3.5-lp150.4.1.src
Summary        : ISC DHCP Server         
Description    :                         
    This package contains the ISC DHCP server.

    Please read the documentation in /usr/share/doc/packages/dhcp-server
    regarding configuration of the DHCP server.

However, when I try to configure it:

RoutFire:/usr/share/doc/packages # yast2 dhcp-server
No such client module dhcp-server
RoutFire:/usr/share/doc/packages # 

Why can’t YaST find it? Additionally, I went to the doc/packages directory and no documentation.
Thanks for any help sorting this out.

So that’s the server, but did you install the supporting YaST package called yast2-dhcp-server?

From a console or terminal window you can still invoke

su -c yast

and use the ncurses interface. If you don’t see the module, install it, rerun yast and it will show up.

No, I had not installed it. I was unaware of it. I’ve just done so and I’ve just finished setting up the DHCP server. Thank you.


Thank you. I appreciate this information.