drivers.suse.com usage

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Search Frontend Usage

The search frontend offers an easy and simple way to search for driver kits generated for a specific system on a specific OS level.

Please choose the vendor and OS level in the drop down field offered. You can search through all defined vendors and models by setting the drop down fields to “-Not specified-”.

Operating System Definitions

The SUSE Linux Enterprise drop down field is using abbreviations for easier usage. The abbreviations translate to the operating systems as follows:

Abbreviation Operating System
SLED10 SP1 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 with Service Pack 1
SLED10 SP2 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 with Service Pack 2
SLED10 SP3 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 with Service Pack 3
SLED10 SP4 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 with Service Pack 4
SLES10 SP1 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 10 with Service Pack 1
SLES10 SP2 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 10 with Service Pack 2
SLES10 SP3 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 10 with Service Pack 3
SLES10 SP4 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 10 with Service Pack 4
SLED11 SP1 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 with Service Pack 1
SLED11 SP2 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 with Service Pack 2
SLED11 SP3 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 with Service Pack 3
SLED11 SP4 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 with Service Pack 4
SLES11 SP1 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 11 with Service Pack 1
SLES11 SP2 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 11 with Service Pack 2
SLES11 SP3 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 11 with Service Pack 3
SLES11 SP4 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 11 with Service Pack 4
SLED12 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 12
SLES12 SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 12

Model Input Field

You may enter combinations of the model name you are searching for into the input field. If you are unsure about the specific model name, you may use “%” as a wildcard string.

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