Updating suse linux 9 2
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) is a Linux-based operating system developed by SUSE.
It is designed for servers, mainframes, and workstations but can be installed on desktop computers for testing as well.
You have to perform an update to Service Pack 1 first. The recommended way to update a GA system to SP2 level is by using the SP1 boot media to update to SP1 followed by using the SP2 boot media to update to SP2.
There are different supported ways for updating a Su SE Linux Enterprise 10 SP1 system to SP2.
It was first released on October 31, 2000 as a version for IBM S/390 mainframe machines. It was supported by hardware vendors including IBM, HP, Sun Microsystems, Dell, SGI, Lenovo, and Fujitsu Siemens Computers.
In April 2001, the first SLES for x86 was released. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 was released in July 2006, SLES 10 shared a common codebase with SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10—Novell's desktop distribution for business use—and other SUSE Linux Enterprise products.
There is no supported direct migration path to SLES/SLED 11 SP2.These files must be checked and the configurations adjusted manually.You can find detailed instructions on how to upgrade an OES system in the OES2 SP1 product documentation under https:// To update a SLES8 installation, first update to SLES9. The only way to update a SLES 9 system (SLES9 version GA, SP3 and SP4) can be done by booting from a SLE 10 SP2 media. The only way to update an NLD 9 system can be done by updating to NLD9 SP4 first, followed by updating to SLED 10 SP2 by booting from the SLE 10 SP2 installation media. There is no supported direct migration path from SLES/SLED 10 GA to Service Pack 2.This document is quite long and detailed, but don't be afraid.In fact the update procedure is very simple, straight-forward and (in most cases) self-explaining.