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rvillafafila
24-Dec-2014, 10:40
Hi,
in SLES 11 it was possible to delete the local registration to Novell by one of the ways described in the next knowledge support article: https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=3303599
Which are the equivalent steps in SLES 12?
It's very useful to me, because I work with VM templates.
Thanks in advanced and regards

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malcolmlewis
29-Dec-2014, 20:36
On Wed 24 Dec 2014 09:44:02 AM CST, rvillafafila wrote:


Hi,
in SLES 11 it was possible to delete the local registration to Novell by
one of the ways described in the next knowledge support article:
https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=3303599
Which are the equivalent steps in SLES 12?
It's very useful to me, because I work with VM templates.
Thanks in advanced and regards




Hi
Removing /etc/SUSEConnect and the files in /etc/zypp/credentials.d
and /etc/zypp/services.d should be enough to re-register.


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rvillafafila
30-Dec-2014, 10:45
Thanks for your answer malcomlewis.
After read your reply, I delete the local registration this way:
1. Remove service/s (this remove related repositories, too) with the next command:

zypper removeservice SERVICE_NAME
2. Remove manually files in /etc/zypp/credentials.d and /etc/SUSEConnect file
These steps allow met re-register the server without errors.
Regards,

LocataCorp
08-May-2015, 08:55
Good Evening,

In the command zypper removeservice SERVICE_NAME, how do I find the list of "SERVCE_NAME" that need to be removed?

kwk
08-May-2015, 09:08
"zypper ls" will list services

See "zypper help" and look for "Service Management"

rvillafafila
08-May-2015, 09:08
Good Evening,

In the command zypper removeservice SERVICE_NAME, how do I find the list of "SERVCE_NAME" that need to be removed?

You can query the existing services with command:
zypper ls

The Alias column o Name column is the SERVICE_NAME you need to be removed

digitaltomm
17-May-2016, 17:24
To de-register your system from the server and remove the local service/repositories, please run:

`SUSEConnect --de-register`