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Packages that are proprietary and not under an Open Source license
Packages that are proprietary and not under an Open Source license.
This will install the 32-bit variant of all selected patterns. This allows to execute 32-bit software.
AppArmor
AppArmor is an application security framework that provides mandatory access control for programs. It protects from exploitation of software flaws and compromised systems. It offers an advanced tool set that automates the development of per-program application security without requiring additional knowledge.
The 32bit pattern complementing apparmor.
This is the base runtime system. It contains only a minimal multiuser booting system. For running on real hardware, you need to add additional packages and pattern to make this pattern useful on its own.
A very basic desktop (previously part of x11 pattern)
This pattern installs a rather basic desktop (icewm)
Applications useful for those using the console and no graphical desktop environment.
This is the enhanced base runtime system with lots of convenience packages.
The 32bit pattern complementing enhanced_base.
Minimal Appliance Base
This is the minimal openSUSE runtime system. It is really a minimal system, you can login and a shell will be started, that's all. It is intended as base for Appliances.
The 32bit pattern complementing minimal_base.
This pattern provides a graphical application and a command line tool for keeping your system up to date.
The 32bit pattern complementing sw_management.
This is the base system for a host updated by Transactional Updates. Includes Tools for systems with a read-only root filesystem.
Packages used for testing that the update stack works. These tiny packages do not have any functionality themselves.
The X Window System provides the only standard platform-independent networked graphical window system bridging the heterogeneous platforms in today's enterprise: from network servers to desktops, thin clients, laptops, and handhelds, independent of operating system and hardware.