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I just installed my Suse Pro yesterday and it is out of date.   They offer mozilla 1.6 which is having problems with some web pages.  

I paid to have rolled up packages that just work.  Does SUSE offer the latest/later packages that I can just point and click.   Yes I have compiled and all that.  My objective is to learn shell/sendmail/apache and not how to compile user applications, I paid to get that off my to list.  

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This is a general question, how do I get the latest packages for SUSE
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Jase-Coder earned 250 total points
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you use YaST online tool called YOU(Yast online update)
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