Hans Witvliet <hwit(a)a-domani.nl> writes:
On Fri, 2007-09-28 at 15:44 +0200, Andreas Jaeger
I am installing a few new machines to be used in
a conference and I
would like to show off the latest version of Opensuse. Will there be
a way to upgrade from RC2 to the final release?
The following worked for me:
zypper sa ftp-distribution (once it's available)
zypper update -t package
I presume that the mentioned RC2 is an internal release?
Yes, it is.
Two questions about it:
on RC1 i saw that perl-DBD-mysql is not included any more
As we use mysql a lot from perl-scripts, its an unpleasent surprize.
Will this package be available?
It might not be on the media - but it is part of the ftp installation.
Second one, more or less passed on the list,
the python script that launches xen-guest is not capable anymore to
extract the kernel/initrd from a dom-u disk-image.
That's something that was perfectly working under 10.2.
otoh, when i provide initrd&kernel explicitly,
i'm perfectly able to run
10.1 guests on a 10.3 DOM-0 (both 64-bit)
Is this solved?
I presume these are "known features @suse", thus nothing for
I don't know - please search bugzilla and if it's not filled, create a
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