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Yeah, these things came with SLED 10. It has 1GB of RAM, so I suggest you upgrade to at least 11.2. That alone is going to be a challenge though ...
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    Yeah, these things came with SLED 10. It has 1GB of RAM, so I suggest you upgrade to at least 11.2. That alone is going to be a challenge though since it's a broadcom wireless (req. firmware after install to connect) and no disc drive, you need to set up a USB key to boot with the DVD install media contents in order to upgrade.

    See tips at Boot and run Linux from a USB flash memory stick | USB Pen Drive Linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mvalentine View Post
    firstly its not a desktop...secondly...no im not i typed in yast into nthe search box and the best i could find was the "software manager"

    You seem very confused.
    How are you starting Yast? Are you starting from the command line by typing Yast or Yast2 or from a menu in the GUI desktop.

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