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Update an existing system Upgrades an existing SUSE Linux installation to the version on the media that you are installing from. When upgrading an existing SUSE installation, YaST checks the existing RPM database (the Red Hat Package Manager database where information about installed software is located) and upgrades the components that are already installed, resolving any dependencies it needs. Any errors in RPM dependencies can then be changed manually if the need arises. Repair installed system If you had hoped to upgrade an existing system but cannot because you receive error messages about disk or filesystem problems, selecting this option causes the SUSE installer to perform a number of maintenance procedures, such as checking the consistency of the filesystem(s) in your existing installation. If these complete successfully, you can then proceed with the upgrade. If not, you may need to reboot your system and select Rescue Mode from the first installer screen in order to correct these problems before you can proceed. Boot installed system Enables you to check your existing system before you decide whether to do a new installation or upgrade it. Booting an installed system will use the install kernel to mount an existing SUSE installation and traverse the init tree to allow the user to repair or use the system. You may encounter problems or see error messages because the modules of the installed system will very likely not work with the SUSE install kernel. This will enable your system to boot, but you may not be able to access specific devices that are associated with modules that could not load. Abort installation Aborts the installation process and reboots your system. If you really do not want to proceed with installing SUSE Linux at this time, make sure that you remove the SUSE boot media from your optical drive quickly. In most cases, you will want to select New installation. The remainder of this section concentrates on a new SUSE installation. Selecting New installation takes you to the Installation Settings screen (see Figure 1-6). Clicking any heading in this section enables you to modify that aspect of your installation. Similarly, selecting the Change button displays a pop-up from which you can select any of the headings on this screen to change or examine the relevant aspects of the installation to guarantee that they meet your requirements. System Displays a dialog showing the hardware that the installer detected in your system. You cannot change these values. Mode The installation mode. This was selected in the previous screen, but here you can change this during customization if needed. Keyboard layout Select the keyboard set used for the system and the installation process. Mouse Select the mouse type for installation. This also helps with the configuration of X later in the process. Partitioning One of the most important aspects of installing a Linux system. Partitioning configures the target hard drive for the installation of an operating system. Software Selection of predefined software profiles, as well as individual software packages. Booting Configuration of the Linux boot loader. The boot loader bootstraps a loader at bootup that allows the user to boot not only Linux, but also any other operating systems in the system.
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Time zone Set the time zone of the system based on either your location or specifically setting the GMT offset. Language Set the language of the system and also the installation process. This was already set earlier in the installation process. Default Runlevel Set the initial boot runlevel for the system. Runlevels are discussed in 4. For now, the default value (runlevel 5) is acceptable. Reset to defaults Remove all changes you have made and start from scratch. This is useful for testing installation mixtures and seeing how these affect your system. Throughout the remainder of the installation, we talk in more detail about what these settings do to your system and we also discuss the ways in which you can change these settings.
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