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That's what I meant when I said you shouldn't rely on this too much.

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There may also be 'configuration' information in /home/yourusername/. If it were me, I would create a separate partition for open SUSE-11.4 (including separate / and /home partitions) and dual boot between Su SE-9.2 Pro and open SUSE-11.4 and gradually migrate over from 9.2 to 11.4.

well, i'm sorry to say that there is no _supported_ upgrade path unless it would be to step from 9.2 to 9.3 to 10.0 to 10.1 etc etc etc..

cites: System_upgrade and you say you want to save your installed software, what do you mean..you wanna save your old Apache or pine and use with a new 11.4 base system? ) of your current install, sufficiently to restore the system at any point.

SERVER:~ # cat /etc/issue SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 10.2 Kernel \r (\m), \l SERVER:~ # SERVER:~ # cat /etc/Su SE-release SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (x86_64) VERSION = 10 PATCHLEVEL = 4 SERVER:~ # SERVER:/etc # rpm -V sles-release S.5.... devices=/dev/hda 2 | Yes | Yes | Ya ST | SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2-20110317-171027 | nfs://123.123.123.123/usr/sys/inst.images/Linux/Su SE/SLES10_x86_64/10.2 SERVER:/etc # uname -r 2.6.16.60-0.91.1-smp SERVER:/etc # SERVER:~ # rpm -qi glibc Name : glibc Relocations: (not relocatable) Version : 2.4 Vendor: SUSE LINUX Products Gmb H, Nuernberg, Germany Release : 31.95.1 Build Date: Mon Sep 19 2011 Install Date: Sun Mar 18 2012 Build Host: macintyre Group : System/Libraries Source RPM: glibc-2.4-31.95.1rpm Size : 5141247 License: BSD 3-Clause; GPL v2 or later; LGPL v2.1 or later Signature : DSA/SHA1, Mon Sep 19 2011, Key ID a84edae89c800aca Packager : : : Standard Shared Libraries (from the GNU C Library) Description : The GNU C Library provides the most important standard libraries used by nearly all programs: the standard C library, the standard math library, and the POSIX thread library. For SLES you need to check which repositories are configured in yast.

T c /etc/motd SERVER:/etc # zypper sl # | Enabled | Refresh | Type | Name | URI --+---------+---------+------+-----------------------------------------------------+----------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 | No | No | Ya ST | SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 | cd:///?

A system is not functional without these libraries. I'm no SLES expert so I can't help with that part but it should get you started.Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 SERVER:~ # Update on uname/zypper results: Here is a list of SLES-kernels and their release dates. I can not see how your system got to SLES10 SP4 - there are only SLES10 SP2 repositories shown. Here is page showing how to update a SLES system between various SP's.This shows your kernel to be a SLES10 SP4 released on 2011-10-28. I think it is worth to look into this a bit deeper... No, from the output in update 1 I'd say you've got the SP2 repositories configured.I don't know enough of SLES specifics to explain how you got the 10.4 release rpm installed though.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.

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