Opensuse 12 1 updating


To change your repositories, you can either edit the existing ones using (as root) “yast2 repositories” or remove (with “zypper removerepo”) the Factory repositories and add the 11.2 ones with “zypper addrepo”.

Finally, just run “zypper dup” to upgrade your distro – if you run it today, it will update you to open SUSE 11.2 RC2.

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Teams from the open SUSE Buildservice and open SUSE Maintenance worked together since weeks now to integrate open SUSE distribution maintenance support into the Buildservice on build.

There were a lot of changes and a lot of places had to be adapted, but finally they got it working: maintenance updates for open SUSE 12.1 are now handled inside the open SUSE Buildservice without further need of SUSE internal scripts (well: we still will have some of them running as backup for a while now).

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