Install MATE on openSUSE using a script

We've seen the first tutorial how to install MATE on openSUSE 13.2. Then the second one about install MATE using NET installation.

Although there's a pattern to install, you can install it using the following script, so it'll place the Display Manager as well. Next release, I guess it'll be as option during installation on DVD (or NET Install).

1. Perform the installation as described here from 1-12.

2. Open your terminal and download the script


3. Make the file, executable.

chmod +x

4. Run


Answer y (yes) to every question.

Here what's inside this script.

1. Install the necessary programs.

sudo zypper in gnome-main-menu mate-backgrounds mate-control-center mate-dialogs caja mate-icon-theme mate-notification-daemon mate-polkit marco mate-session-manager mate-settings-daemon mate-desktop mate-panel caja-image-converter caja-open-terminal caja-sendto caja-share dconf-editor mate-dictionary mate-disk-usage-analyzer mate-icon-theme-faenza mate-netspeed mate-screenshot mate-search-tool mate-sensors-applet mate-system-log mate-user-share mozo python-caja atril engrampa eom gucharmap mate-applets mate-calc mate-power-manager mate-media mate-screensaver mate-system-monitor mate-terminal mate-themes mate-menus atril-caja caja-engrampa marco-themes mate-common mate-icon-theme-faenza-dark mate-icon-theme-faenza-gray mate-indicator-applet patterns-openSUSE-mate_basis pluma lightdm git

2. It'll delete the /etc/sysconfigdisplaymanager. It will download from my git, my working displaymanager (lightdm as default).

git clone

Will copy the file to /etc/sysconfig

3. After that, it'll delete all downloaded files.

4. Reboot. If everything was OK, then you'll see the following screen. Change session to MATE and you're all set.

Login Screen

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