I am writing a book about OES Linux and I can't get the YaST Screen-Shots
from the first part of the install. During this basic install, all screen-
shots land on the ramdisk ( i.e. partitioning, language selection, install
type) and after the first boot get lost. When the system comes up with the
configuration part (i.e admin password etc.) the /root/yast2-screen-shots
directory is empty, obviously nobody thought to copy private /root files
from mini-root (ramdisk) to the 'true' disk.

Is it any way to somehow copy the /root directory from ramdisk into
the /root directory on the harddisk before rebooting? Is it possible, just
before reboot, to send a break and work a little bit on the mini-system?

Can somebody help me?