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By: William Vera

September 4, 2013 9:37 am


Compiling the Linux Kernel, the SUSE way

Today Linus Torvalds announced the release of the Linux Kernel 3.11 "Linux for Workgroups" (is not it funny?). Let's get straight to the point: How to compile the kernel manually, SUSE style!. For this example, I'll use the new kernel 3.11 (obviously) on a SLES11 SP3 server. 1. After all we […]

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By: Joachim Werner

April 20, 2012 9:12 pm


Deploying Linux images can be fun!

In my first post on integration between SUSE Manager and SUSE Studio, I promised to post more screenshots as soon as the image deployment feature was available. That time has come so here we go. This is a guest contribution by Johannes Renner, one of the developers in our SUSE Manager team: "You already […]

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By: Meike Chabowski

March 7, 2012 4:16 pm


SUSE Studio and System z? Build your workloads for IBM mainframes!

I am sure you all agree that SUSE Studio is a great technology. And the idea behind SUSE Studio is simple: if you make it easy for IT shops and independent software vendors to create, manage, deploy, and patch their own customized images, appliances or workloads (whatever term you prefer), you get them all by […]

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By: dmair

March 27, 2009 11:58 am


Accessing File Systems on Disk Block Image Files

You probably know how to mount CD or DVD iso images on Linux using the loopback block device. The loopback device can be used for a whole lot more. As a programmer I find virtual machines very useful. I use them so much now that I often need to access files in them...even when […]

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