The Suse installation CDs have only so many .rpms. To simplify the search for .rpms you can add the two popular suse rpm websites to your Installation Source. So when you look thru the YaST install and remove packages it will not only scan your installation CD/DVD for the package but also the websites you add.
Go into "Change Source of Installation" in YaST and add the following two entries:
Add > HTTP
Server Name: packman.iu-bremen.de
Directory on Server: suse/9.3
Add > HTTP
Server Name: ftp.gwdg.de
Directory on Server: pub/linux/misc/suser-guru/rpm/9.3
NOTE: change 9.3 to your SUSE version. Also double check at the websites if they support your version. I know that Guru and Packman have sources for 9.1, 2 & 3.. but dont take my word for it.. double check
Yes.. I installed Suse 9.3.. I was thoroughly unsatisfied with 9.2. I installed 9.1 again and then downloaded 9.3 overnight and did a fresh install of it.. so many reinstalls.. so little 'brains'!.. There are a few sites like KNET that have torrents for Suse 9.3.. Run a search...