Updating suse 9 0
Novell created open SUSE after purchasing Su SE Linux AG for US0 million on 4 November 2003.
As an alternative to building your own VHD, SUSE also publishes BYOS (Bring Your Own Subscription) images for SLES at VMDepot.This article assumes that you have already installed a SUSE or open SUSE Linux operating system to a virtual hard disk.Multiple tools exist to create files, for example a virtualization solution such as Hyper-V.Since the acquisition by Novell in 2003 and with the advent of open SUSE, this has been reversed: starting with version 9.2, an unsupported one-DVD ISO image of SUSE Professional was made available for download, as well as a bootable Live DVD evaluation.
The FTP server continues to operate and has the advantage of "streamlined" installs, permitting the user to download only the packages the user feels they need. The initial release of the community project was a beta version of SUSE Linux 10.0. The community project offers a rolling release version called open SUSE Tumbleweed, which is continuously updated with tested, stable packages.