SUSE's YaST Team Ends The Year With Various Enhancements
Written by Michael Larabel in SUSE on 24 December 2016 at 07:07 AM EST. 1 Comment
SUSE --
SUSE's YaST Team has shared the improvements they've been working on this holiday season for improving the distribution's installer / setup tool.

Among the improvements en route for SUSE YaST users are improved management of DHCLIENT_SET_HOSTNAME, ensuring installation of needed packages, some changes to the expert partitioner mode, further improving yast2-network, better handling of GPT disks, allowing the Snapper file-system snapshot tool to work without DBus, CASP functionality, and more.

SUSE/openSUSE users wishing to learn more about what they can expect out of YaST in 2017 can read this Lizards blog post for all the details and screenshots.
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