If you are using KDE, you should try JuK. I loved it in my KDE days. So, in order to install it, you should hit the command line, su to root and enter
When you do this, urpmi will check the download mirrors for the program package, dependencies and install for you.
It is possible if you have not used this before, that the only program sources the system knows is the installation CDs. In that case, you will have to add the download mirrors. This is done best by following the instructions at EasyURPMI