October 28th, 2009
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These release notes for SLERT 10 SP3 cover the following areas:
1.0 General: Information that everybody should read.
2.0 Upgrades from Earlier Versions: Changes related to updating which are not mentioned in the SLES10SP3 Administration Guide.
3.0 Installation: Additional pertinent information for installation.
4.0 Technical: These sections contains a number of technical changes, enhancements and known problems for the experienced user.
6.0 Legal Notices
This release of SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time ships as an extension to the base SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3. This type of extension is called an "Add-On Product." Please refer to the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3 release notes for more information:
SLERT10SP3 is installed as an Add-On product on to SLES10SP3. Please refer to the README file in the root directory of the SLERT10SP3 install media for detailed instructions on the YAST installation procedure.
Novell Customer Center registration can only be performed when running the 2.6.16-based SLES 10 SP3 Kernel.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time should run on Multiprocessor systems
for maximum benefits.
BOOTPROTO='static'Don't forget to restart the network after the changes with the following command:
There are no known problems for SLERT10SP3 at release time.
In case of encountering a bug please report it through your support contact.
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