SUSE Studio Now Supports Version 11.2

Dec 08, 2009

With SUSE Studio, individual versions of openSUSE can be created with just a few clicks of the mouse.

Account holders can build virtual openSUSE versions or download an ISO image. According to the blog of Cornelius Schumacher, SUSE Studio now comes with support for openSUSE version 11.2.

Users who have already worked with SUSE Studio and want to upgrade an appliance to 11.2 can, in the most cases, simply regenerate the software. Users with more patience can wait for openSUSE developers to complete a new feature which will automatically migrate appliances from 11.1 to 11.2.

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