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yast2



SYNOPSIS

       yast2 [ options ] [ module ] [ module specific options ]
       yast2 --install <package>


DESCRIPTION

       YaST2  is used to configure the system. It can configure a
       common hardware (sound cards, printers, keyboards,  mice),
       network  connections  (network  cards, ISDN cards, modems,
       DSL connections), network clients and services (NFS, NIS),
       as  well as a general system options (language, partition­
       ing, software, bootloader).

       YaST2 comes with two  frontends:  QT  and  ncurses.   Both
       frontends  are functionally equivalent.  The correct fron­
       tend is selected automatically based on the available com­
       ponents  and  the  current  environment (the DISPLAY vari­
       able).

       Use yast2 alone to launch the YaST2  Control  Center  from
       which  you can select a particular configuration module or
       use yast2 <module> to launch the module directly.


OPTIONS

       -g, --geometry
              Default window size (QT frontend only).

       -h, --help
              Print a usage and exit.

       -i, --install <package>
              Install an RPM package. The package can be a single
              short  package  name  (e.g.  gvim)  which  will  be
              installed with dependency  checking,  or  the  full
              path  to  an  rpm package (e.g /tmp/gvim.rpm) which
              will be installed without dependency checking.

       -l, --list
              List all available modules.

       --log logfile
              Write info to logfile.

       -s, --style
              Widget style (QT frontend only).


FILES

       /var/log/YaST2/*


AUTHOR

       Michal Svec <msvec@suse.cz> - manual page
  
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