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Lenovo and Suse Enterprise Product Activation and Suse Update?

2009-06-06, 19:59 PM

Hello,

 

I have just bought an Ideapad S10e with Suse on it.

 

Can anybody help me with this two questions.

 

1) I would like to activate my Suse product at the Suse website, where do I find my activation key?

2) Can I update easily from Suse 10 to the new Suse 11, I have got Suse 10 with my new Lenovo.

 

Thanks a lot for any answer! 

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01-21-2009

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Linux outdated

2009-06-06, 20:15 PM

Hi,

? Product Activation did hear that for the first time ? 

and its not possible to upgrade direct...

the Suse 10 is not really up to date...

its better choice to delete it and starting from a scratch install all other linux if you want linux...

 

i.e. Opensuse 11,

Linux Mint, Ubuntu 9.04 ... Archlinux..

.and many more..

 

my favs are Ubuntu and Mint...

all function out of the box....

if you want more information in your native language 

you can find news here www.netbooknews.de  and answers in the german forum here S10(e) German Forum Linux Section

 

 

sincerely KalvinKlein 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Linux outdated

2009-06-06, 21:49 PM


Thanks for your help, I think I'll try another linux version. 

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Re: Linux outdated

2009-09-13, 22:24 PM

Try Ubuntu 9.04.. It works fine for me. Fedora, and OpenSUSE  are also good distributions, that you could use.

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