Table of contents
- SUSE Studio Help
- Logging In
- Selecting a Base Template
- Viewing Your Home Page
- Importing Appliance Configurations from KIWI or AutoYast
- Selecting Software
- Updating via SUSE Lifecycle Management Server
- Selecting Appliance Formats
- Building Images
- Sending Feedback
- Viewing the Supportability Report
- SUSE Studio API
- More information
- How to contribute
- Legal Information
Updating via SUSE Lifecycle Management Server
SUSE Studio can be customized to select an update scenario for an appliance:
- No updates.
- Through the classic Novell Customer Center (NCC). This is the current behaviour.
- Via SUSE Lifecycle Management Server (SLMS).
To install an update through SLMS, prepare your appliance in SUSE Studio first:
- Log in to SUSE Studio and select your preferred appliance (or create a new one).
- Go to the ‘Update’ tab and check ‘Update appliance using SUSE Lifecycle Management Server’.
- Enter the vendor name and the SLMS hostname.
- Optionally upload a HTTPS certificate.
- Optionally create one or more GPG keys. This allows you to install packages signed by custom GPG keys.
- Create your appliance.
Your SUSE Studio appliance is ready to register in SLMS.
If you want to test the functionality on your SUSE Lifecycle Management server, do the following:
- Refresh your appliance list in SLMS. You should see your appliance appear.
- Adjust the appliance so it can be registered. Create customers, subscriptions, and other needed data.
- Run and register the appliance.
- Modify the appliance in Studio, for example, add a package.
- Refresh your appliance list in SLMS.
- Create a patch in SLMS for your appliance.
- Update the registered appliance.
For more information, refer to the separate SLMS documentation.