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  1. #1
    firebolt NNTP User

    SUSE Studio Usage


    Hello! I want to ask susestudio skilled users how to make my own
    appliance based on the original released openSuSE distro. What the
    packages I need to include to make the same distro as Live KDE which
    available to download 'here' (http://software.opensuse.org/123/en)?


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  2. #2
    hcvv NNTP User

    Re: SUSE Studio Usage


    For some reason youe missed that we have a SUSE Studio subforum under
    Developement.

    This thread will be moved there and is CLOSED for the moment.l


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  3. #3
    hcvv NNTP User

    Re: SUSE Studio Usage


    hcvv;2581347 Wrote:
    > This thread will be moved there and is CLOSED for the moment.l

    Move from Applications and open again.


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  4. #4
    firebolt NNTP User

    Re: SUSE Studio Usage


    I'm sorry, I really missed this


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  5. #5
    Knurpht NNTP User

    Re: SUSE Studio Usage


    A simple way would be to run the desired iso from a USB stick and run

    Code:
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    zypper pa -iN
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    , all packages, sorted by name, or

    Code:
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    zypper pa -iR
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    , all packages, sorted by repo.

    This will be a long list. But, zypper knows about patterns, which can be
    found in Studio too. So if you run

    Code:
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    zypper pa -i | grep pattern
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    you'll get a list of all the installed "pattern" packages, selecting
    those will automatically pull in the packages belonging to the pattern.


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