suse enterprise linux

Posted on 2011-05-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Dear Experts:

Please provide me how to docs or step by step guide on the package management for suse enterprise Linux 11, iam looking how to install and remove packages and how to work on dependencies. please help.
Question by:D_wathi
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    here's a link to hwo install many non native package
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    For gui you can have yast and for cli yast2, with them you can do whatever you want with your suse box.
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    On all Suse system, you can by default use either Yast/Yast2, which comes in a GUI and a console version (for remote admins), or Zypper which is a fast commandline tool very much like Debian's apt-get/aptitude.

    Here are the official SUSE package manager howtos:
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    The above is for OpenSuse, but should work exactly the same on the Enterprise version.

    If you prefer to learn from the Enterprise Linux manual, then look here (select chapter: "Support and Common tasks"):

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