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In SuSE you have the option to use a Patch CD for updating the SuSE installation with the latest patches. Does anyone know how to create such a Patch CD?
We would like to download the patches from the SuSE FTP Server, burn these to a CD-RW, and use this CD as Patch CD. What structure and/or additional files do we need to download/create for this CD to work?
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