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    How to add a module/repo to an existing installation?

    I have a SLES15.1 with the modules Basesystem_Module_x86_64, SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_x86_64 and Server_Applications_Module_x86_64.
    The host is registerd to a local RMT-Server.

    For Docker it seems I need additional SLE-Module-Containers15-SP1-Pool and SLE-Module-Containers15-SP1-Updates. The repos I wanted are available at the RMT. What is the correct way to add the modules to the installation? I tried to reregister the SLES against the RMT, but as a result I do not see any new module at the SLES.

    If I do a search for docker at the SLES, I get the following message:

    Code:
    Could not search for the package: SUSE::Connect::UnsupportedOperation: Package search is not supported by the registration proxy: Alternatively, use the web version at https://scc.suse.com/packages/
    No package found
    This looks like the RMT needs some attention ... I have this module choosed at the RMT itself but this does the trick ...

    Any hints?

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    Re: How to add a module/repo to an existing installation?

    Quote Originally Posted by ELzAR View Post
    I have a SLES15.1 with the modules Basesystem_Module_x86_64, SUSE_Linux_Enterprise_Server_x86_64 and Server_Applications_Module_x86_64.
    The host is registerd to a local RMT-Server.

    For Docker it seems I need additional SLE-Module-Containers15-SP1-Pool and SLE-Module-Containers15-SP1-Updates. The repos I wanted are available at the RMT. What is the correct way to add the modules to the installation? I tried to reregister the SLES against the RMT, but as a result I do not see any new module at the SLES.

    If I do a search for docker at the SLES, I get the following message:

    Code:
    Could not search for the package: SUSE::Connect::UnsupportedOperation: Package search is not supported by the registration proxy: Alternatively, use the web version at https://scc.suse.com/packages/
    No package found
    This looks like the RMT needs some attention ... I have this module choosed at the RMT itself but this does the trick ...

    Any hints?
    What does "SUSEConnect --list-extensions" on the host report?

    HTH.
    Simon
    SUSE Knowledge Partner
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