Re: [opensuse] updating

On Thursday 26 February 2009 22:59:36 roberto.tonani@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Hello there
I would like to have some information. I have a SUSE 10 on my compurter and
would like to
uptodate it with SUSE11. Is it possible?

It depends a little on what you mean by "SUSE 10" and "SUSE 11". There is
something called SLES (or SLED) 10 and 11, which are the enterprise versions,
and then there are the openSUSE versions, which all have decimal versions
(10.0, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 11.0, 11.1)

You can upgrade from SLES/SLED 10 to SLES/SLED 11 (when it's released), and
you can upgrade from an older openSUSE version to a newer one. Only the single
step upgrades have really been tested

If yes how I will be able to do

Simply boot from the installation DVD of the version you want to upgrade to,
select "install" from the initial boot screen, and after a few screens the
system will ask you what you want to do, install a new system, or upgrade an
existing one. You then select to upgrade an existing system, and follow the

If you have installed a lot of third party packages, there may be some work to
do in the package selection, but other than that, it should be relatively

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