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Re: [SLE] where to find these packages? Novell website said they are part of 10.0 but not on my discs
  • From: Carl Hartung <suselinux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 15:07:42 -0400
  • Message-id: <200605171507.42760.suselinux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Wednesday 17 May 2006 13:42, Darryl Gregorash wrote:
> Then what is in
> It looks
> to be all the non-OSS stuff, including Sun java. All very confusing,
> really -- with apparently 3 repositories needed just to get the
> equivalent of the boxed set (and that still doesn't get you far --
> Packman at least is still needed), far too confusing.

Just so this thread can be capped off on a successful note. I count the
following on-line *non CD/DVD image* 10.0 sources:

Packman and Guru:

Base Distribution:

Supplementary (not "official" or "supported") KDE:

> 10.1 is a little better; it has a GM-extra directory also at,
> but it looks to be unnecessary. All of this now seems to be in the
> inst-source-extra repository on the opensuse mirrors. Packman still
> needed, though.

And the online *non CD/DVD .iso image* 10.1 sources are:

**Not available**
This was the point where I confused the sources for the two releases when
answering Zhang Weiwu's original question. For 10.1, you must download the
'GM' CD1 through CD5 plus the 'GM-Addon-Biarch' images (.iso files,) and
either burn them directly to CDs or use makeSUSEdvd. makeSUSEdvd converts the
CDs into a local installation source on hard disk that can also be used to
burn an installation DVD.

Once you've installed 10.1, you can add the following optional installation
sources in YaST:

Bug fixes and security patches:

Packman and Guru:

Supplementary KDE (not "official" or "supported")

There! Now did I miss anything? :-)


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