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The SUSE Help Center provides access to useful information from
various sources. It
contains special documentation for SUSE Linux Enterprise (Start-Up and
Reference), all available information sources for your
workstation environment, online help for the installed programs, and help
texts for other applications. Furthermore, the SUSE Help Center provides
access to SUSE's online databases that cover special hardware and software
issues for SUSE Linux Enterprise. All these sources can be searched
comfortably once a search index has been generated.
44.1.2 The Search Function
To search all installed information sources of SUSE Linux Enterprise, generate a
search index and set a number of search parameters. To do this, use the
tab, shown in
Figure 44-2 Configuring the Search Function
If no search index has been generated, the system automatically
prompts you to do so when you click the Figure 44-3, use the check boxes to determine the
information sources to index. The index is generated when you exit the
dialog with .
enter a search string then click . In the
window for generating the search index, shown in
Figure 44-3 Generating a Search Index
To limit the search base and the hit list as precisely as possible, use the
three drop-down menus to determine the number of displayed hits and the
selection area of sources to search. The following options are available for
determining the selection area:
A predefined selection of sources is searched.
All sources are searched.
No sources selected for the search.
Determine the sources to search by activating the respective check boxes
in the overview.
When you have completed the search configuration, click
. The relevant items are then displayed in the view
window and can easily be navigated with mouse clicks.