Drew
By: Drew

August 11, 2014 10:36 am

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System YES Certification and your network adapter(s)

How important are those network adapters in your SUSE® Linux Enterprise servers and desktops? Should you care if your server or desktop network adapters and drivers have been SUSE YES Certified in your system with the current version of the OS? The correct answers are it’s critical (what’s the point without the network right!) and […]

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Drew
By: Drew

July 7, 2014 9:47 am

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Even in a commodity hardware world certification is crucial

Is hardware certification important in the world of evolving “commodity” servers and desktops?  Should you care if your SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server or SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop installation is on SUSE YES Certified hardware? The correct answers are YES and definitely YES! The YES Certification program has been validating hardware platforms for more than 20 […]

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By: William Vera

September 4, 2013 9:37 am

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By: Nathan Barney

May 8, 2012 11:25 pm

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IBM Guest Blog: Behind the Scenes of SUSE's 3.0 Kernel

Guest blog by Dan Frye, VP, Open Systems and Solutions Development at IBM IBM has been a strong supporter of the Linux community and the open source development model for over 13 years and IBM is deeply involved in all phases of bringing Linux to market – from working upstream in the community to help […]

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By: Olaf Kirch

March 23, 2012 8:24 am

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SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 Proudly Presents: Linux 3.0

From a developer’s point of view, changing a version number is nothing to go crazy about. Outside of the occasional significance to a version number, version numbers are typically more or less random strings – window dressing, if you will. The Linux 3.0 kernel does not fall in the window dressing category, which is why […]

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By: Ralf Flaxa

February 29, 2012 4:05 am

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SUSE releases hardened 3.0-based kernel to the enterprise

Since the introduction of the first SUSE Linux Enterprise version in 2000 SUSE has always been a leader in turning the ever-growing stream of incredible Open Source innovation into rock solid releases of our SUSE Linux Enterprise product portfolio. We live and actively participate in the open source community  every day, so we know exactly […]

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By: mfaris01

January 14, 2011 3:18 pm

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Loading the Linux Kernel Manually Using GRUB on SLES

If you have ever rebooted a SLES server and were presented with a Grub prompt, you’ll agree that this is not the time to start learning GRUB.

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By: rothweiler

October 26, 2010 2:14 pm

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Problems with /boot mounting or a split kernel after patching

Problems mounting /boot? After booting does your /boot appear empty? Here is a complete fix without disabling multipath completely.

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By: coolguys

September 21, 2010 4:32 pm

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Effective Linux Resource Management: Use control groups to manage complexity and performance in SUSE Linux Enterprise systems

Here’s a new Novell Connection magazine article by Matthias G. Eckermann and Bill Tobey. Check out how to performance tune SUSE Linux servers with cgroups and kernel resource management.

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By: mfaris01

May 25, 2010 11:14 am

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Installing and Configuring KDump on SLES 10 for Kernel Crash Analysis

Although Linux continues to prove itself as one of the most stable platforms ever, there are times when something goes awry and bad things happen.

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