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  • Why SUSE VMs have UEFI and secure boot issues

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  • New SUSE Linux now supports all SAP workloads

    SUSE Enterprise Linux 11-based offering supports 100% of SAP workloads, boasts faster install, and one-stop support.

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    When installing multiple SUSE Linux Enterprise servers, using an installation server can facilitate the process. This tip details how to create an installation server for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10.

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