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Applies to openSUSE Leap 15.1

Part III Managing and Updating Software Edit source

10 Installing or Removing Software

Use YaST's software management module to search for software components you want to add or remove. YaST resolves all dependencies for you. To install packages not shipped with the installation media, add software repositories to your setup and let YaST manage them. Keep your system up-to-date by managing software updates with the update applet.

11 Installing Add-On Products

Add-on products are system extensions. You can install a third party add-on product or a special system extension of openSUSE® Leap (for example, a CD with support for additional languages or a CD with binary drivers). To install a new add-on, start YaST and select Software › Add-On Products. You can select various types of product media, like CD, FTP, USB mass storage devices (such as USB flash drives or disks) or a local directory. You can also work directly with ISO files. To add an add-on as ISO file media, select Local ISO Image then enter the Path to ISO Image. The Repository Name is arbitrary.

12 YaST Online Update

SUSE offers a continuous stream of software security updates for your product. By default, the update applet is used to keep your system up-to-date. Refer to Section 10.4, “The GNOME Package Updater” for further information on the update applet. This chapter covers the alternative tool for updating …

13 Upgrading the System and System Changes

You can upgrade an existing system without completely reinstalling it. There are two types of renewing the system or parts of it: updating individual software packages and upgrading the entire system. Updating individual packages is covered in Chapter 10, Installing or Removing Software and Chapter 12, YaST Online Update. Two ways to upgrade the system are discussed in the following sections— see Section 13.1.3, “Upgrading with YaST” and Section 13.1.4, “Distribution Upgrade with Zypper”.

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