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openSUSE special configuration tools are usually named "YaST", because most of the work is done through YaST, but there are several independent tools one can get to know. We will try to have here a better documentation or links for these tools.
- YaST - The installation and system management tool
- Libzypp - The package management library
- Zypper - The package manager command line interface
- SuSEfirewall2 - The openSUSE firewall script
- Collection of user manuals and technical documentation for openSUSE and SLES related products as well as projects.
- The openSUSE cheat sheets are reference cards to print out for quick access.
- The openSUSE Community references page collects information about community projects and their best practices, while the openSUSE Marketing references page looks at other projects and reads what experts write about marketing. The goal is to build a reference for those that like to look beyond our own openSUSE community to learn from others.
- openSUSE-Guide.org - Unofficial guide to the basics and background of openSUSE, with screenshots, screencasts etc.
- Linux in a Nutshell, Sixth Edition Since September 2009 in it's 6th edition printing is a highly recommended book (or ebook) from beginning Linux users to the more advanced. Linux in a Nutshell will get anyone new to Linux up and running with a base of knowledge from which to grow from - in addition it offers more advanced users a handy detailed reference.
- openSUSE CM: a slightly outdated guide to using openSUSE in an enterprise setting
- The SUSE Documentation Style Guide.