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Old 01-03-2006, 06:01 PM   #1
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need help with suse 10.0


im a newbie to linux and just wanted to play around with it and learn alittle more about this platform but during installation i have come to a halt its asking me for a user.sel so my questions would be what is that and where can i get it? by reading these forum i understood that its some sort of file that tells suse what programs to install but i don't understand where can i get that file ??

hopefully someone can help me
 
Old 01-03-2006, 09:54 PM   #2
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User.sel is a sort of database file created by SuSE, in the users' home directory (/home/<username>/user.sel), or wherever you choose to have it written. It's a database of installed files/applications. Anytime you use YaST to install/remove applications, that database is used to show what's installed (check marks in the boxes). The check boxes without check marks are not install yet.

It's either asking you for the location of the file (if installation isn't complete it doesn't exist yet) or it's asking you where to write the file (just say ~/user.sel, or /home/<username/user.sel).
 
  


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