Stacey Miller
By: Stacey Miller

June 21, 2022 12:20 pm

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Manage without Disruption: Introducing SUSE Manager 4.3

In a world of disruptions, the new SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) brings innovation without disruption.  Our new Linux helps our customers and partners stay ahead of cyberattacks with advanced supply chain security and confidential computing. But what is a secure system worth if you can't keep it that way?  Today, we’re excited […]

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Anthony Stalker
By: Anthony Stalker

June 1, 2022 4:55 pm

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Case files of a TSE: How do you repair and rpm database? Very, very carefully.

How do you repair and rpm database? Very, very carefully. This is an article which is part of a series that attempts to showcase the kind of work that SUSE Support does and how we help customers resolve issues they encounter when running SUSE products. The cases that are selected will be based on […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

May 19, 2022 12:36 pm

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SUSE Manager 4.3 Public RC is out!

We are happy to announce our Public Release Candidate for SUSE Manager 4.3! Download Important notice Beta Registration Codes SLES 15 SP4 Public Beta is required as base OS, you will need to use the Online Installation Media (and not the Full Installation) or our Minimal-VM images (formely known as JeOS) for your virtual […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

May 5, 2022 10:38 pm

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SUSE Manager 4.3 Public Beta is out!

We are happy to announce our Public Beta for SUSE Manager 4.3! It's been a year since the last SUSE Manager Public Beta, so it is time for a new beta program! Those of you that are part of the Uyuni community, which is our open source upstream project, might have already seen our […]

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Sören Schmidt
By: Sören Schmidt

March 22, 2022 1:46 pm

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The Treasure Hunting goes on: “Collecting saptune Data with Prometheus”

Three weeks ago my colleague Bernd Schubert published a blog post about Discover the hidden treasure. This one is sort of a follow-up and describes, how to use the textfile.collector to retrieve data from saptune. I recommend to read his blog post first, because I'll not explain everything in all details. "Wait!", […]

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Marcus Meissner
By: Marcus Meissner

March 8, 2022 12:58 pm

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SUSE statement on “Dirty Pipe” attack

On Monday, March 7th, security researcher Max Kellermann published a new software vulnerability that affect users of the Linux Kernel. The vulnerability, called Dirty Pipe (CVE-2022-0847) , impacts Linux Kernels 5.8 and later, and allows local attackers to overwrite files even if they had only read permissions, allowing for easy privilege escalation. The issue is […]

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By: Bogdano Arendartchuk

March 1, 2022 7:40 pm

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Introducing Easier Delivery of Hot Fixes from SUSE Technical Support

When the SUSE Technical Support team provides assistance to customers, we often share a link to a directory listing with the RPM packages that address the issue. (RPM packages are utilities for managing the software packages of major Linux distributions.) These packages are called PTFs (Program Temporary Fix). Deploying them involves downloading these packages, […]

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Bernd Schubert
By: Bernd Schubert

March 1, 2022 5:22 pm

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Fabian Herschel
By: Fabian Herschel

March 1, 2022 5:05 pm

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Handover for the Next Round – SAP on SUSE Cluster and systemd Native Integration

SAP will enable the SAP Startup Framework for systemd. In short words the updated startup framework will be available for the SAP Host Agent, the SAP NetWeaver application server platform, the SAP S/4HANA ERP platform, and potentially later for the SAP HANA database as well. Here we discuss the benefits and the consequences for the […]

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Marcus Meissner
By: Marcus Meissner

December 12, 2021 8:49 am

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SUSE Statement on log4j / log4shell / CVE-2021-44228 / Vulnerability

On Friday December 10 morning a new exploit in "log4j" Java logging framework was reported, that can be trivially exploited. This vulnerability is caused by a new feature introduced in log4j 2.x versions where a specific string embedded in messages logged by log4j would be interpreted by log4j to connect to remote sites […]

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