By: Michael Tabron

June 25, 2018 1:49 pm


PRODUCT UPDATE: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for ARM 15

Back in 2016, we introduced SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for ARM as the first commercial enterprise-grade Linux distribution that’s optimized for 64-bit Arm systems (AArch64 architecture). Today we’re launching the newest version built on the world’s first multimodal OS, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for ARM 15 gives […]

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By: Petr Tesařík

June 4, 2018 12:36 pm


Debugging Raspberry Pi 3 with JTAG

Supporting an enterprise distribution on a given piece of hardware often requires getting additional information from the misbehaving system. In case of kernel crashes this means a crash dump. Some time ago I announced my intention to enable it on AArch64. The task was then taken over by my colleague Matthias Brugger, and dumping works […]

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By: Jay Kruemcke

September 9, 2017 8:00 am


When they build it, SUSE will be ready

SLES 12 Service Pack 3 for ARM is done. Now what? SUSE has finished up SLES 12 Service Pack 3 and it is available to our customers. Inside SUSE, Service Pack 3 was labeled a “Consolidation” release. This type of release is intended to focus more on stability than on new features. This gives […]

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May 24, 2017 9:09 am


Ready to improve kdump on AArch64

My weeks have been quite busy lately. In spite of that, I found some time to set up the environment for improving kdump for a future SLE15 on AArch64: I admit my desk looks a bit messy, indeed… Anyway, the picture shows a Raspberry Pi3, attached to a Silicon Labs CP2104 (kindly sent to me […]

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April 26, 2017 8:19 am


You Could Find Your Inner Geek All Over Again!

Let me take you back in time………...first there where Dinosaurs (Hold up not that far back!) Let me take you back to “when I were a lad” (well I was in Yorkshire!). It was 1983. A time of hope, a small nation recovering from a terrible recession, with British […]

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By: Meike Chabowski

April 7, 2017 5:44 am


Revolutionizing ARM Technology: x86_64 Option ROM on AArch64

The following article has been contributed by Alexander Graf, Principal Software Engineer at SUSE.       Every piece of hardware, every electronic device comes with so-called firmware–software that is deeply embedded in the piece of hardware, that provides the low-level control program for the device, and that is necessary to […]

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October 25, 2016 10:10 am


Introducing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for ARM

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for ARM brings the proven capabilities of SUSE Linux to the ARM AArch64 hardware platform. SLES for ARM is designed to speed implementation of server solutions based on the 64-bit ARM AArch64 architecture. ARM Ltd., a subsidiary of SoftBank Corporation, has been tremendously successful at providing the computing infrastructure that underlies […]

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By: David Byte

July 14, 2015 5:37 am



Here at SUSE we have a very long history of innovation.  You can see some of those in the booth background we used for the super compute show last year. This history of innovation and leadership is extended today as we announce the expansion of our partner program to include SUSE Linux Enterprise for […]

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