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Our Public Release Candidate 2 for SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 2 is finally available!

SLE 15 SP2 Major Themes

If you are wondering what are the Major Themes for SLE 15 SP2 development and the Notable Changes compared to SLE 15 SP1, we highly recommend you to check out our dedicated Public Beta web page for SLE:

 

NEW Download page

The former https://download.suse.com has now been replaced by https://www.suse.com/download/.

You can find SLE 15 SP2 Beta Full and Online ISOs Media1 and Media2 + JeOS and Vagrant images directly from https://www.suse.com/download/sles.

Thanks to the Unified Installer introduced with SLE 15, you only need a SLE 15 SP2 Full or Online Media1 ISO to install all SLE products (SLES, SLED, SLEWE, SLEHA, SLEHPC, SLES for SAP and SUSE Manager).

Media1, Media2 and Media3

As a reminder Media1 contains the binaries (usual installation ISO), Media2 contains the sources and Media3 which contained debuginfo packages is _not_ provided as ISO image anymore but still available as Online Channel.

Thus we are kindly asking you to request a Beta Registration Code and register your system to retrieve any needed debuginfo packages.

Known issues

Please note that SLE 15 SP2 Beta is, as of now, only available in the english version of suse.com/download! and only under the SLES product. This is a known issue and we are working on a fix, please change your Language setting to English in the meantime.

We are sorry for the inconvenience, please contact us at beta-programs@lists.suse.com if you have any issues!

 

Notable Changes since Public RC1

Added Packages (selection)

  • aspell: 0.60.8-1.3
  • dehydrated-nginx: 0.6.5-9.2
  • fontforge: 20200314-1.7
  • gcc9-go: 9.3.1+git1296-1.6.1
  • go1.14: 1.14.2-1.7.1
  • kernel-livepatch-5_3_18-19-default: 1-3.16
  • libWPEBackend-fdo-1_0-1: 1.4.2-1.2
  • libappindicator3-1: 12.10.1+bzr20170215-1.3
  • libaspell15: 0.60.8-1.3
  • libdbusmenu-glib4: 16.04.0-1.3
  • libgo14: 9.3.1+git1296-1.6.1
  • libmypaint-1_5-1: 1.5.1-1.3
  • libpspell15: 0.60.8-1.3
  • libuninameslist0: 20140731-2.19
  • libwoff2common1_0_2: 1.0.2-1.5
  • libwpe-1_0-1: 1.4.0.1-1.60
  • ocaml-findlib: 1.8.1-1.11
  • ocr-gnu-openmpi3-hpc: 1.0.1-9.13
  • pam-extra-32bit: 1.3.0-6.16.1
  • php7-tidy: 7.3.15-1.21
  • python3-cachetools: 2.0.1-3.3.1
  • sysuser-tools: 2.0-2.151
  • ttf-converter: 1.0-1.5c

Updated Packages (selection)

  • accountsservice: 0.6.55-3.6
  • asciidoc: 9.0.0rc2-1.5
  • autoyast2-installation: 4.2.35-1.5
  • aws-cli: 1.18.38-8.8.2
  • cloud-init: 19.4-8.20.1
  • corosync: 2.4.5-4.6
  • fcoe-utils: 1.0.32-8.3
  • gcc9: 9.3.1+git1296-1.6.1
  • ghostscript: 9.52-3.27.2
  • git: 2.26.1-3.25.2
  • grub2: 2.04-6.2
  • hwinfo: 21.70-1.2
  • kernel: 5.3.18-19.1
  • MozillaFirefox: 68.8.0-3.87.1
  • MozillaThunderbird: 68.8.0-3.80.2
  • remmina: 1.4.2-1.8
  • sap-installation-wizard: 4.1.21-1.3
  • sapconf: 4.2.3-7.9.2
  • squid: 4.11-5.17.2
  • supportutils: 3.1.9-5.24.3
  • suse-hpc: 0.5-2.1
  • systemd: 234-24.49.2
  • unar: 1.10.7-1.5
  • yast2: 4.2.83-1.4

Downgraded Packages

  • chrony: 3.2-15.11 => 3.2-9.12.1
  • libsvrcore0.aarch64: 4.1.3-2.32 => 1.4.2.11~git0.aff1a2831-1.5
  • libsvrcore0.ppc64le: 4.1.3-2.32 => 1.4.2.11~git0.aff1a2831-1.5
  • libsvrcore0.s390x: 4.1.3-2.32 => 1.4.2.11~git0.aff1a2831-1.5
  • libsvrcore0.x86_64: 4.1.3-2.32 => 1.4.2.11~git0.aff1a2831-1.5
  • post-build-checks.noarch: 84.88+git20181015.ceb5c96-3.4.1 => 84.87+git20200110.2d02f07-1.10
  • xdg-utils.noarch: 20170508-3.2 => 1.1.3+20190413-1.17

The full list of changes from SLE 15 SP1 to SLE 15 SP2 Public RC 2 is available in our Changelog file for more details and the full list of changes.

 

More information

Please visit https://www.suse.com/betaprogram/sle-beta for more information like beta schedule, how to report issues, how to start a discussion with SLE Engineering and more.

Have fun beta testing!

Your SUSE Linux Enterprise Team

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