On 13.07.2018 11:24, Normand wrote:
I have a DUD file previously generated by mkdud tool,
and I am able to
pass it either in a modified install iso or passed as DUD=xxx boot
parameter to handle it during install phase.
BUT, is it possible to use the DUD file as input for Yast add-on on an
already installed machine ?
I did not found an obvious way in yast add-on menu.
You can only extract the RPMs from the DUD which is a cpio.gz archive
and add a repo from local RPMs or upload the RPMs to a repo server.
zcat foo.dud | cpio -idmv
E.g. replacing the kernel on the SUSE install ISO with mksusecd does it
sudo mksusecd --create SLE-12-SP3-Server-DVD-x86_64-bsc1040182.iso
--initrd bsc1040182.dud --kernel for-iso/kernel-*.rpm --modules btrfs
--addon for-iso/kernel-*.rpm --addon-name "kernel update for
bsc#1040182" -- ./SLE-12-SP3-Server-DVD-x86_64-GM-DVD1.iso
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