Updating suse linux

We decided to split up R in a subprojects to allow for frugal installations, i.e. R is included in the latest releases of open SUSE since 11.3, so it may be installed without adding any repositories directly from yast.

If you just install R-base you get a complete installation of R-core, recommended packages, docs, and devel files. For server installations you can now start from R-core and add only what you need to your R installation. Following a list of all the packages that now make R-base-3.4.1: .

Install wget (there are some distros that don't install it by default, such as Redhat, Cent OS, and Oracle Linux versions 6.4 and 6.5) by typing For Core OS, the above command may not work.

You will see that the Azure Linux Agent version has been updated to the new version.

server1:~ # zypper repos --uri # | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | URI -- ----------------- ------------------------------ --------- --------- ------------------------------------------------------------ ...

7 | virtualbox | Virtual Box for open SUSE 11.4 | Yes | Yes | server1:~ # ...

Should you have issues installing from the package managers, you should seek support from the distro vendor.

Open a terminal/command line window and run zypper repos --uri to check what repositories are used and enabled on the system.To do that, assuming you already have the My SQL SLES repository on your system's repository list (if not, follow Step 1 and 2 of Installing My SQL NDB Cluster Using the SLES Repository), follow the same steps given in Installing Additional My SQL Products and Components.The script creates at first a new snapshot of the system.The RPMs from the those sources might be different, and they might install and configure My SQL in different ways.If you have installed My SQL with RPMs from the My SQL Developer Zone or the native software repository of SLES and want to replace the installation using the RPM from the My SQL SLES repository, follow these steps: You can use Zypper to install individual components and additional products of My SQL NDB Cluster from the My SQL SLES repository.