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Suse Linux - Upgrade from Suse 9.0 Pro to Suse 9.1 Pro

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Hey,
  I have Suse 9.0 Professional loaded on my laptop.  Everything seems to be working fine but I recently purchased 9.1 Professional.  I think the upgrade is done in Yast but I can not find how to accomplish it.
  Suggestions?  Ideas?  George
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Hi,

if you place the SuSE 9.1 pro disks in on the boot and select for the CD to boot when the installation starts right at the begining
you will be prompted asking if you just want to upgrade.

hope this helps
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Thanks.
  I will try that tomorrow evening.  I will return to post the points upon successful upgrade.  ;)  george
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