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I believe it is available through bittorrent as five CD's. but I would check it very carefully before installing it. It's not unheard of for OS's come come with "built in surprices" when taken off unknown sources.
Try to run the installation from FTP with the small boot ISO. That would be easier than to split the DVD.
The directory ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/9.2/iso/ :
You have the choice:
1) If you have a DVD burner, you can download the file
SUSE-Linux-9.2-FTP-DVD.iso (the file's exact size is 3363543040 Bytes!)
and burn it on a DVD to boot and install from it, just like you would
do with a DVD from a SUSE Linux 9.2 box edition.
2) If you have a CDR/RW burner, you may want to download the file
SUSE-Linux-9.2-mini-installation.iso (size: exactly 67336192 bytes),
burn it on a CD and boot from it to start the installation of the SUSE
Linux 9.2 FTP version. The advantage over option 1) is clear: You only
download the packages that you need: From the total of 3GB of the
DVD image you might only need 1GB for your desired selection of
packages to install.
Also, consult the README file in the 9.2/boot directory (same level as this
Please verify the integrity of the downloaded file(s) using the md5sum
the ftpadmin, ftp.suse.com.