By: msmeissn

September 5, 2017 8:33 pm

Our CVE Pages – self help to security issues in SUSE Linux Enterprise

SUSE CVE Pages SUSE offers various self-service options for getting information on Security Issues. One of these self-service options that are intended for human consumption are our CVE Pages. For every CVE that might be related to our products we provide a webpage with our current status. These pages cover SUSE Enterprise products, and also contain […]

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By: mgerstner

September 5, 2017 8:20 pm

Current Developments in SUSE TPM Packages

In this post I want to give you an overview about recent developments regarding TPM in general and improvements in the area of TPM software packages brought to you in SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 3. I will present our ongoing efforts in this area. What is TPM? TPM stands for Trusted Platform Module. […]

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mge1512
By: mge1512

August 23, 2017 9:44 am

Butter bei die Fische!

If Brazil, one of the world biggest producers of beef, would announce to stop producing fish: would you wonder, whether Peru, one of the world biggest producers of fish, would stop producing fish? You probably wouldn’t. If one of the rather small contributors to the btrfs filesystem announced to not support btrfs for production systems: […]

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BJM
By: BJM

August 21, 2017 4:12 pm

The Future of the Embedded OS Looks a Lot Like a Chameleon

What do embedded system developers and chameleons have in common? A lot more than you may think. Chameleons have learned to adapt as they face new challenges in their environments. A change of color can protect them from surrounding predators, regulate their body temperature, or help them communicate with other chameleons. Similarly, embedded system developers […]

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By: Andreas Stieger

July 28, 2017 7:58 am

Configuring Smart Card authentication on SUSE Linux Enterprise

This guide describes the configuration of Smart Card authentication on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12. Smart Cards are used for user authentication and related cryptography applications. The configuration described here includes the Common Access Card (commonly referred to CAC card) , as used by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) for civil and military […]

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Chris Mertens
By: Chris Mertens

July 13, 2017 12:05 pm

The holy cluster. Part 2 HAE Setup

Welcome to part 2! Still not braindead after part one (Holy Cluster Part 1 ISCSI Setup)? Fantastic! So here we go. In part 1 I showed you how to setup ISCSI shared storage for the cluster. In this second part I will show you how to set up the HAE server, including creating the STONITH […]

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Chris Mertens
By: Chris Mertens

July 11, 2017 11:34 am

The holy cluster. Part 1 ISCSI Setup

Since I need to support quite some customers using High Availability Clustering I was quite often in the need to of having a test lab where I can try re-producing customer issues. Sometimes even trying to understand customer issues as well ;-). So I thought hey there must be a complete guide A-Z on how […]

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carolinapereira
By: carolinapereira

June 28, 2017 3:08 pm

With Lenovo: Different is Better; with SUSE: We adapt. You succeed. -> Great combo, right?

Last week, on June 20th, 2017 Lenovo launched the largest Data Center portfolio in their history to help customers harness the “intelligent revolution” and SUSE is all for it. According to Kirk Skaugen, new President of Lenovo`s Data Center Group (DCG), “the new Lenovo ThinkSystem portfolio pulls together next-generation servers, storage and networking systems under […]

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Drew
By: Drew

June 21, 2017 4:05 pm

Hardware YES Certification with an installation kit or driver kit (also known as kISO)

An installation or driver kit from SUSE is simply a method to deliver the latest SUSE Linux Enterprise related drivers or other software in a packaged and supported bootable image. Installation kits can be used for any of the following reasons: To update storage drivers, which require very early loading in the installation and boot […]

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Jeffreycheung
By: Jeffreycheung

June 21, 2017 6:09 am

What is kISO (Kernel Update ISO)

A couples of months ago, one of the Taiwan ODMs called me and asked some questions about kISO such as what is it ? when will need it ? who should request it ? A kISO is similar to a Bootable Driver Kit and can be used to provide an updated kernel for SUSE® Linux […]

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