Installation Settings

Now that most of the installation decisions have been made, YaST gives you a proposal ("Installation Settings'') of what it is going to do (see Figure 1-16). If you are installing on a new system with no other operating system and you are happy to accept all the defaults, you can check the installation profile and click Install.

FIGURE 1-16

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If you want to tweak the installation system, change the partition layout, or install other packages, continue reading.

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