I have been an Ubuntu user for as long as I remember. I distrohopped a little but keep on coming back to Ubuntu. But recently I have started using openSUSE to try something non-Debian.
As I keep exploring openSUSE I keep on stumbling upon things that are slightly different in SUSE-worse and I plan to cover them in tutorials on It8217s FOSS.
As a first I am writing about updating openSUSE system. There are two ways you can do that.
The simplest way to update openSUSE is by using the zypper command. It provides full functionality of patches and updates management. It takes care of the file conflicts and dependency problems. The updates also include Linux kernel.
If you are using openSUSE Leap use this command.
You may also use up instead of update but I find it easier to remember.
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