The following procedure requires that you have registered your system with SUSE Customer Center, or a local registration server. If you are in the process of registering your system, you will see a list of extensions and modules immediately after having completed Step 4 of Section 18.11, Registering Your System. In that case, skip the next steps and proceed with Step 3.
Start YaST and select sudo yast2 add-on.. Alternatively, start the YaST module from the command line with
The dialog will show an overview of already installed add-on products, modules and extensions.
To add repositories from SUSE Customer Center (or a local registration server), select.
YaST connects to the registration server and displays a list of.
NOTE: Available Extensions and Modules
The amount of available extensions and modules depends on the registration server. A local registration server may only offer update repositories and no additional extensions.
NOTE: Modules Life Cycles
Life cycle end dates of modules are available on https://scc.suse.com/docs/lifecycle/sle/12/modules.
Click an entry to see its description.
Select one or multiple entries for installation by activating their check marks.
Figure 13-1 Installation of System Extensions
Depending on the repositories to be added for the extension or module, you may be asked if you want to import the GPG key with which the repository is signed or asked to agree to a license.
After confirming these messages, YaST will download and parse the metadata. The repositories for the selected extensions will be added to your system—no additional installation sources are required.
If needed, adjust the repository Section 12.3.2, Managing Repository Properties.as described in
NOTE: For More Information
White paper SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Modules.