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Applies to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP1

Part I Installation Preparation Edit source

1 Planning for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

This chapter describes some basic considerations before installing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

2 Installation on AMD64 and Intel 64

This chapter describes the steps necessary to prepare for the installation of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on AMD64 and Intel 64 computers. It introduces the steps required to prepare for various installation methods. The list of hardware requirements provides an overview of systems supported by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Find information about available installation methods and several commonly known problems. Also learn how to control the installation, provide installation media, and boot with regular methods.

3 Installation on Arm AArch64

This chapter describes the steps necessary to prepare for the installation of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on Arm AArch64 computers. It introduces the steps required to prepare for various installation methods. The list of hardware requirements provides an overview of systems supported by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Find information about available installation methods and several common known problems. Also learn how to control the installation, provide installation media, and boot with regular methods.

4 Installation on IBM POWER

This chapter describes the procedure for preparing the installation of SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server on IBM POWER systems.

5 Installation on IBM Z

This chapter describes the procedure for preparing the installation of SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server on IBM Z. It provides all information needed to prepare the installation on the LPAR and z/VM side.

6 Installation on Hardware Not Supported at Release

With some newer hardware, the installation medium of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server cannot boot. This can be the case when the hardware did not exist at the time of the release of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. For such a situation SUSE provides Kernel Update ISO (kISO) images. This chapter describes how to use the Kernel Update to install SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on current hardware.

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