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I'm a new user and have installed SuSE 9.3 with Gnome as the Xwindow system. I've been trucking along fairly nicely, but have started running into problems installing RPMs. For the first while YaST would open right up and let me install the programs, but lately it hasn't been working. More often then not, nothing happens at all. I try double-clicking, selecting and hitting enter, and right clicking->Open with YaST but still nothing seems to work.
Is this a common error, or just one that I'm plagued with? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Well this happened to me a while ago. The power went off and before it went off I was working in YaST. So when the power came back I switched on the pc and went back into YaST, and the package manager just hung. So I looked i /tmp and found these YaST* folders, I then deleted them and all was ok. Everything went back to normal. I don't know if this well help you,but that's how I fixed it for myself.