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SUSE's YaST to Go Open Source

SUSE's YaST to Go Open Source

SUSE is on the threshold of throwing its proprietary YaST installation/configuration tool into open source and getting the majors to agree to support it. SUSE was interested in getting IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Computer Associates to cooperate.

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Shiv 09/15/04 08:17:13 AM EDT

can anyone direct me to the URL to download YAST source code ?

Gregory L. Magnusson 03/26/04 03:01:30 PM EST

Suse Yast installer going open source? I think this is fantastic. In many ways it is the installer that makes the desktop, and ease of desktop configuration can only add to a distributions popularity. I am very impressed with the people that have been working the various Linux installers to create high quality products...Redhat's Anaconda for one. It would be nice to see the BSD people getting on board with this......An install choice between desktop and server in the Free, Net, and OpenBSD worlds could only add to the distro's popularity. This code might be exactly what the DragonFlyBSD (http://www.dragonflybsd.org/) people are looking for. Can anyone direct me to the source-code download url for Yast?