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The SuSE linux distribution has been on people’s radar in the past year since it became an acquired property of Novell. One of the flagship features of SuSE has always been YaST, SuSE’s installation and system management tool.
A key to a blissful life with Linux on your server and expecially on your desktop is being able to easily manage the system and install software without a lot of hassle.
Without showing too much bias… I was interested to see some screenshots of what dealing with YaST was like now that it has been open source’d by Novell, and OSDir partner LinuxBeta obliged by sending over some screenshots.