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SUSE Cloud 3 Admin Appliance


This is version 1.0.1 of the SUSE Cloud 3 Admin Appliance and we have reached a stable version. 🙂

SUSE Cloud 3 Admin Appliance

It’s important that you answer several questions before proceeding. You can find those questions in the SUSE Cloud 3 Deployment Guide.

This Questionnaire will help you as a companion to the Deployment Guide.
SUSE Cloud Questionnaire

This guide on using the appliance can help walk you through step by step.
SUSE Cloud Admin Appliance Guide

– This version contains the GM version of SUSE Cloud 3.0
– Disabled IPv6
– added motd (Message of the day) to reflect next steps
– Updated logos and wallpaper to align with product
– Updated init process

Once the appliance is deployed then you must finish the setup.
To finish setting up the SUSE Cloud 3 Admin Appliance you will need to define the network. To help you with the network configuration refer to the deployment guide and companion deployment questionnaire.

execute yast2 crowbar

Once your network settings are all defined then continue the crowbar install

execute screen install-suse-cloud

Before you proceed with install-suse-cloud its important that the network settings are properly defined and that you have everything right otherwise you will need to start over.

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