I had Windows and Ubuntu dual-booted on my computer, installed Ubuntu to the wrong partition, and then ended up crashing both operating systems. I bought a CD drive online. To use it, i needed an operating system. So I installed Fedora 9 off of a USB Drive, and no I replaced that with OpenSUSE 11.1
Anyway, Whenever I try to Add/Remove programs, it will try and boot itself up, then I get an error message saying-
“System Management is locked by the application with pid 4345 (/usr/lib/YaST2/bin/y2base). Close the application before trying again.”
Is this particular application conflicting with old windows/fedora/ubuntu files? I found out I still have some from my D drive.
On another note, how can I make OpenSUSE use all of my hard drive space? I noticed its on a seperate partition.
I had the same problem regarding application management being locked and suspected that it was the Updater Applet. I let the applet search for updates and once it found the updates and notified me, I went back to the application management via YaST and the error didn’t show up anymore.