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Usually repositories are on online servers, but it can also be on a CD/DVD or on other media. You can search for packages/repositories on the open SUSE Build Service here: This package search engine also includes the Packman repository: to add unofficial repositories with care!Updating installed packages from one repository to versions from a different repository with a different vendor, is a little bit complicated. Since the Wagon method is less tested than the command line update, we will use the command line method here for both servers and desktops.Before we do the distribution upgrade, we install the latest updates for Open SUSE 11.3.Due to this, I asked earlier, if there any rpm/file is available for update on offline systems, so that we can copy to each systems and install locally. If you arerunning 11.0, you should consider upgrading to at least 11.2. To update offline, you need the contents of the update repo for your versin which you can find at: Thanks for the very useful info.I have read about Yast Online Update, YUP and Subscription Management Tool etc. So if I have all the contents of the above repo in my local system I can update the system,right? First of all I have to find what all the softwares are currently there in my system, right?
In fact the update procedure is very simple, straight-forward and (in most cases) self-explaining.SUSE Studio Onsite can not be upgraded to SLES 11 SP3 at this time! Instead it is recommended to perform a new installation.There is no supported direct migration path to SLES/SLED 11 SP3.Given the long-term support by companies like Red Hat and Novell for their server distributions, GRUB legacy is going to remain the key player for at least 5-10 years.On desktops, the adoption rate may be faster, but do not expect any miracles too soon. Be aware that you may encounter some compatibility issues down the road, especially with more conservative distributions that do not embrace new technologies too quickly.