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First off, OpenSuSE 11.2 has been EOL'd so you probably want to upgrade. However, from the man page you can change the root directory with -R /path/to/new/root. This means if you do the following: zypper in foo And foo lives in /bin/ then: zypper -R /usr/local/ in foo Will put foo in /usr/local/bin/
Try to run systemd-analyze critical-chain. I think the output is easier to read than the log. Well, it might just confirm that wicked is the culprit. I have no experience with wicked yet, but I would try to start it under strace to see where it hangs/times out or to run tcpdump in parallel to see what it tries to do on the net. Edit: Oops, I had missed your ...
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