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Something like YaST for non SUSE distros

I am currently using openSUSE 13.1 KDE. The big reason why I like openSUSE is YaST. YaST does so much and makes many parts of life easier. YaST not only graphically allows me to add/remove/manage ...
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How to find 32-bit libraries in 64-bit Linux and delete them?

I am running 64-bit OpenSUSE. My partition is filling up and running out of space.I need to delete some programs and librarires. How can I find all 32-bit libraries and delete them? Can I use yast to ...
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Are SUSE servers intended to be used graphically?

After being a long-time Debian Linux user, I decided to give SUSE a try. One of the major selling points of SUSE is the YaST configuration system. It provides a set of wizards for common configuration ...
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How can I configure Yast to switch languages completely?

I have an installation of openSUSE 11.4 which was installed in German. I started Yast2 (which displayed in German, like "Netzwerkdienste") and switched the language to English under "System" -> ...