How to Display Patches that Need to be Applied
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11
# grep '| Needed' updates.txt
SLES11-Updates | slessp0-gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good | 984 | security | Needed
SLES11-Updates | slessp0-sles-manuals_en | 1003 | recommended | Needed
SLES11-Updates | slessp0-yast2-ldap-server | 896 | security | Needed
You can also run a command line tool that will show you the same needed patches.
Below are examples of commands that are run on each SLES version to show needed patches.
# rug pch | grep '| Needed'
SLES10-SP2-Updates | slesp2-apache2 | 6571-0 | security | Needed
SLES10-SP2-Updates | slesp2-glibc | 6597-0 | recommended | Needed
SLES10-SP2-Updates | slesp2-kernel | 6632-0 | security | Needed
SLES10-SP2-Updates | slesp2-openssl | 6654-0 | security | Needed
# /usr/bin/zypper --non-interactive --no-gpg-checks patches | grep '| Needed'
SLED11-Updates | sledsp0-acroread | 1059 | security | Needed
SLED11-Updates | sledsp0-nfs-client | 841 | optional | Needed
TID7000387 - How to update to SLES/SLED 10 SP2
NOTE; It is highly recommended that you update your entire system, and not just individual patch files.
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- Creation Date: 03-Dec-2009
- Modified Date:28-Sep-2022
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