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Would this be a good approach for upgrading to SLES 11 SP2.

I am thinking of this approach because there is no direct upgrade path from SLES 10 SP2 -to- SLES 11 SP2.

But when I sudo python install I get an error (need 2.7 or above).

/etc/yum.repos.d/scl.repo' $ yum search python27 Loaded plugins: amazon-id, rhui-lb, security scl_python27 | 2.9 k B scl_python27/primary_db | 38 k B ========================================================================= N/S Matched: python27 ========================================================================= python27.i686 : Package that installs python27 python27.x86_64 : Package that installs python27 python27-expat-debuginfo.i686 : Debug information for package python27-expat python27-expat-debuginfo.x86_64 : Debug information for package python27-expat python27-python-coverage-debuginfo.i686 : Debug information for package python27-python-coverage python27-python-coverage-debuginfo.x86_64 : Debug information for package python27-python-coverage python27-python-debuginfo.i686 : Debug information for package python27-python python27-python-debuginfo.x86_64 : Debug information for package python27-python python27-python-markupsafe-debuginfo.i686 : Debug information for package python27-python-markupsafe python27-python-markupsafe-debuginfo.x86_64 : Debug information for package python27-python-markupsafe python27-python-simplejson-debuginfo.i686 : Debug information for package python27-python-simplejson python27-python-simplejson-debuginfo.x86_64 : Debug information for package python27-python-simplejson python27-python-sqlalchemy-debuginfo.i686 : Debug information for package python27-python-sqlalchemy python27-python-sqlalchemy-debuginfo.x86_64 : Debug information for package python27-python-sqlalchemy python27-runtime.i686 : Package that handles python27 Software Collection.

Since the Wagon method is less tested than the command line update, we will use the command line method here for both servers and desktops.

Before we do the distribution upgrade, we install the latest updates for Open SUSE 12.2.

To do that it uses the same environment variables of the docker client.Open a terminal/command line window and run zypper repos --uri to check what repositories are used and enabled on the system.Make sure that the line that contains server1:~ # zypper repos --uri # | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | URI --- --------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------ --------- --------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 | apache-third-party-12.2 | Third-party modules for the Apache HTTP server.server1:~ # zypper repos --uri# | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | URI-- ----------------- ----------------------------------- --------- --------- ------------------------------------------------------------...7 | virtualbox | Virtual Box for open SUSE 11.4-12.2 | Yes | Yes | # ...enable the Virtual Box repository for Open SUSE 12.3 as follows: zypper addrepo --name "Virtual Box for open SUSE 12.3" virtualbox-12.3 At the time of this writing, there was no Virtual Box repository for Open SUSE 12.3, but this is just an example of how you'd do it.Can someone provide the steps needed to install python version 2.7 on SUSE and Red Hat?

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