SLES didn’t quite finish setting itself up. To get the YaST updates system to work, you apparently need to run another setup process, meaning you need to insert CD#1-the-first yet again. Since the server’s a couple of miles away at the moment…
Here is the point in my SuSE Linux experience where I started to swear a lot:
# man yast No manual entry for yast # yast --help Usage: /sbin/yast [OPTIONS] [MODULE] [module specific parameters] OPTIONS: -l,--list list all available modules -g,--geometry default window size (qt only) -s,--style widget style (qt only) -h,--help this screen exceptional case for installing packages: /sbin/yast OPTION OPTION: -i,--install install rpm package can be a single short package name (e.g. gvim) which will be installed with dependency checking, or the full path to an rpm package (e.g /tmp/gvim.rpm) which will be installed without dependency checking
I can tell that this distribution and I will not be friends.