Updating suse linux 9 2

07-Mar-2015 05:08

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I don't know enough of SLES specifics to explain how you got the 10.4 release rpm installed though.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) is a Linux-based operating system developed by SUSE.

It is designed for servers, mainframes, and workstations but can be installed on desktop computers for testing as well.

But I do know (from RHEL) that the release rpm is just another rpm, it has no special magic.

If you install SP2 and then install only the SP4 release rpm your system is still SP2 but it "looks" to be SP4.

I don't know enough of SLES specifics to explain how you got the 10.4 release rpm installed though.SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) is a Linux-based operating system developed by SUSE.It is designed for servers, mainframes, and workstations but can be installed on desktop computers for testing as well.But I do know (from RHEL) that the release rpm is just another rpm, it has no special magic.If you install SP2 and then install only the SP4 release rpm your system is still SP2 but it "looks" to be SP4.SUSE may charge a reasonable fee to recover distribution costs.