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i'm total newbie and i have one question.
i downloaded suse linux profesional cd, burned it, isntalled and now i'm booting my pc into linux first time in my life (f*** microsoft). and i see only green window and comand line. how can i launch graphic interface? what i have to do? i searched in suse web site but don't find anything.
What version did you install? Personal or pro?
Tipically, suse boots to a graphical environment. If you installed everything correctly, you should boot to kde, by default.
Can you see a prompt in the end of the boot process?
i don't changed any function in instaling. but then file copying was finished, i saw :
"these packets returns erorr:"
and there were about 10 packets. and that's all.
then my pc reboots i saw:
i selected linux. then i saw suse logo and green window with comand line.