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This is my first time running SUSE 9.2, I orignally installed 9.1 over FTP install from chicago server if that matters. I then upgraded to 9.2 which was missing alot of stuff it seemed. (I think I'm answering my own question here)
Anyways after the update was done 9.2 seemed fine. I went to go install nessus and couldn't get YaST to work... Everytime I go in it just sits at a gray screen... Am I doing something wrong? Or do I just need to do another 9.2 clean install...
Have you tried it from the command line? YaST is available through ncurses interface, too. If that doesn't work, YaST is certainly cracked... andthen you may want to re-install. It is a tough tool to do without.