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OpenSuSE 11.1 Quick Start Guide
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1.6 Welcome

Start the installation of openSUSE by choosing your language. Changing the language will automatically preselect a corresponding keyboard layout. Override this proposal by selecting a different keyboard layout from the drop-down menu. The language selected here is also used to assume a time zone for the system clock. This setting—along with the selection of secondary languages to install on your system—can be modified later during the installation.

You can also change the language subsequently in the Installation Summary, described in Section 1.12, Installation Settings. For information about language settings in the installed system, see Section 6.0, Changing Language and Country Settings with YaST.

Read the license agreement that is displayed beneath the language and keyboard selection thoroughly. Use License Translations... to display the license agreement full-screen for a better readability and to access translations. If you agree to the terms, check I Agree to the License Terms and click Next to proceed with the installation. If you do not agree to the license agreement, you cannot install openSUSE. Click Abort to terminate the installation.

Figure 1-2 Welcome

OpenSuSE 11.1 Quick Start Guide
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