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Update Linux SUSE v9.0

Posted on 2009-05-19
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I have Linux Server SUSE 9 and Need to know how I can get patch update and install them on the server like Microsoft windows update.

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Mostafa
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Mostafa,

The official method of upgrading to a new release is by using the latest DVD. To start the upgrade you boot from the DVD and start installation, at some point you will be prompted to either do a New Installation or Upgrade, at that point you select Upgrade and continue with the setup.

Read the article below for more infomation on the unofficial way :-)

http://en.opensuse.org/Upgrade
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