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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] SLES for Raspberry Pi 3
On Tue, Dec 13, 2016 at 10:50 AM, <vetter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

What repos are enabled?
For x86_64 most -devel packages are in SDK repo.

If thats not enough there is the Backports repo (aka SUSE Package Hub)
with more software in Leap/Tumbleweed quality.

The ARCH is aarch64.

I see these, which were added when I registered the install:

# | Alias
| Name |
Enabled | GPG Check | Refresh | URI
--+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+----------------------------------+---------+-----------+---------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 |
SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_for_the_Raspberry_Pi_12_SP2_aarch64:SLES12-SP2-RPI-Debuginfo-Pool
| SLES12-SP2-RPI-Debuginfo-Pool | No | ---- | No
|
https://updates.suse.com/SUSE/Products/SLE-RPI/12-SP2/aarch64/product_debug?gaPTTFj0yRrzXe77mKVqRWDEYlv9Numi3p-3NDewhTGMtaXEGO0HR34mulUp7g_KOz23bxuRRBeaSNEqC-xhq_eaBPn49yj98EeH5VxlhMHDx_faiPdBLyArl9U4exJBHPxA1a4B0HwXS11VabpK6JE
2 |
SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_for_the_Raspberry_Pi_12_SP2_aarch64:SLES12-SP2-RPI-Debuginfo-Updates
| SLES12-SP2-RPI-Debuginfo-Updates | No | ---- | Yes |
https://updates.suse.com/SUSE/Updates/SLE-RPI/12-SP2/aarch64/update_debug?mbxQQQ6xcEb0NQRXkaOgLIijHfKHwMXhcnGfLRsobHk9F9GkwLPTBuMmdv8wuXcNNndy-yNUP6M8YhpsTcrgcRjBcfR-es5nZUoN4mj8Q22AHOOZ8t1uZ6Jefq0lpafehChD7Xsq1avAJ4qJ6iIk
3 |
SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_for_the_Raspberry_Pi_12_SP2_aarch64:SLES12-SP2-RPI-Pool
| SLES12-SP2-RPI-Pool | Yes | (r ) Yes
| No |
https://updates.suse.com/SUSE/Products/SLE-RPI/12-SP2/aarch64/product?BjDiOXwK4eARGgTJcV9Xk_S1Sb1yiygTDAA7PwKe2t15M1YKzmiaSqzUKfD-7kacLPijhxRgmPzkXKbspffKZdX0Dk8w740jsfOWB9OoeHx9IjT1EPMoq5SrXHPPBe5LZm7JKU6aKAF5A9s
4 |
SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_for_the_Raspberry_Pi_12_SP2_aarch64:SLES12-SP2-RPI-Source-Pool
| SLES12-SP2-RPI-Source-Pool | No | ---- | No
|
https://updates.suse.com/SUSE/Products/SLE-RPI/12-SP2/aarch64/product_source?WSb_6x9C9EZ4eQlsuxdY9qzzfb-6Q7ud_n-4veYi07boh6nQF0o_8SpnKxVhjBFQzD-Ho4IJbDqDL4iQZHuQPhpJ2f_kRTwhhPqg3AXPZg_4MSnh1f2L6uT-7qtahggMyqMLXf1vf2abcyJBd_hpFFJc
5 |
SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_for_the_Raspberry_Pi_12_SP2_aarch64:SLES12-SP2-RPI-Updates
| SLES12-SP2-RPI-Updates | Yes | (r ) Yes |
Yes |
https://updates.suse.com/SUSE/Updates/SLE-RPI/12-SP2/aarch64/update?jc_rc9ZDFrLlCTrUk8jNpdLahEb0XQGFqyRFr6wzMa9gLgWDS-fIcP1Z8-wL5PLA-zJcUo4gZi1crSDJQjpaDMzcvspjs6zBJvdg8iHPfjyfHWOm_F5SACPk5bsS1r2VD1nML1J88tHm
roger@acme:~/source>

I tried to see what else may be in
https://updates.suse.com/SUSE/Products/SLE-RPI/12-SP2/aarch64, but
access is not allowed.

I am guessing access to the repositories are restricted to those with
a license. But I thought that the Raspberry Pi3 SLES came with a one
year license.

--
Roger Oberholtzer
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