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openSUSE Leap 15.4

Start-Up

Publication Date: June 16, 2022
About this guide
Available documentation
Improving the documentation
Documentation conventions
Source code
Acknowledgments
I Installation
1 Installation Quick Start
1.1 Getting openSUSE Leap
1.2 Minimum system requirements
1.3 Installing openSUSE Leap
2 Boot parameters
2.1 Using the default boot parameters
2.2 PC (AMD64/Intel 64/Arm AArch64)
2.3 List of important boot parameters
2.4 Advanced setups
2.5 More information
3 Installation steps
3.1 Overview
3.2 Installer self-update
3.3 Language, keyboard, and license agreement
3.4 Network settings
3.5 Online repositories
3.6 System role
3.7 Partitioning
3.8 Clock and time zone
3.9 Create new user
3.10 Authentication for the system administrator root
3.11 Installation settings
3.12 Performing the installation
4 Troubleshooting
4.1 Checking media
4.2 No bootable drive available
4.3 Booting from installation media fails
4.4 Boot failure
4.5 Fails to launch graphical installer
4.6 Only minimalist boot screen started
II Administration
5 Managing users with YaST
5.1 User and group administration dialog
5.2 Managing user accounts
5.3 Additional options for user accounts
5.4 Changing default settings for local users
5.5 Assigning users to groups
5.6 Managing groups
5.7 Changing the user authentication method
5.8 Default system users
6 Changing language and country settings with YaST
6.1 Changing the system language
6.2 Changing the country and time settings
7 Printer operation
7.1 The CUPS workflow
7.2 Methods and protocols for connecting printers
7.3 Installing the software
7.4 Network printers
7.5 Configuring CUPS with command line tools
7.6 Printing from the command line
7.7 Special features in openSUSE Leap
7.8 Troubleshooting
8 Accessing file systems with FUSE
8.1 Configuring FUSE
8.2 Mounting an NTFS partition
8.3 Mounting remote file system with SSHFS
8.4 Mounting an ISO file system
8.5 Available FUSE plug-ins
8.6 More information
III Managing and updating software
9 Installing or removing software
9.1 Definition of terms
9.2 Using the YaST software manager
9.3 Managing software repositories and services
9.4 The GNOME package updater
9.5 Updating packages with GNOME Software
10 Installing add-on products
10.1 Add-ons
10.2 Binary drivers
11 YaST online update
11.1 The online update dialog
11.2 Installing patches
11.3 Viewing retracted patches
11.4 Automatic online update
12 Upgrading the system and system changes
12.1 Upgrading the system
12.2 More information
IV The Bash shell
13 Shell basics
13.1 Starting a shell
13.2 Entering commands
13.3 Getting help
13.4 Working with files and directories
13.5 Becoming root
13.6 File access permissions
13.7 Time-saving features of Bash
13.8 Editing texts
13.9 Searching for files or contents
13.10 Viewing text files
13.11 Redirection and pipes
13.12 Starting programs and handling processes
13.13 Archives and data compression
13.14 Important Linux commands
14 Bash and Bash scripts
14.1 What is the shell?
14.2 Writing shell scripts
14.3 Redirecting command events
14.4 Using aliases
14.5 Using variables in Bash
14.6 Grouping and combining commands
14.7 Working with common flow constructs
14.8 More information
V Hardware configuration
15 Setting up your system keyboard layout
16 Setting up sound cards
17 Setting up a printer
17.1 Configuring printers
17.2 Configuring printing via the network with YaST
17.3 Sharing printers over the network
18 Setting up a scanner
18.1 Configuring an HP all-in-one device
18.2 Sharing a scanner over the network
18.3 Scanning over the network
19 Persistent memory
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Terms
19.3 Use cases
19.4 Tools for managing persistent memory
19.5 Setting up persistent memory
19.6 More information
VI Help and troubleshooting
20 Help and documentation
20.1 Documentation directory
20.2 Man pages
20.3 Info pages
20.4 Online resources
21 Common problems and their solutions
21.1 Finding and gathering information
21.2 Boot problems
21.3 Login problems
21.4 Network problems
21.5 Data problems
A GNU licenses
A.1 GNU free documentation license

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