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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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6.0 Installing Add-On Products

Add-on products are system extensions. You can install a third party add-on product or a special system extension of openSUSE, for example, a CD with support for additional languages or a CD with binary drivers. To install a new add-on, use Software > Add-On Product. You can select various types of product media, like CD, FTP, USB mass storage devices (such as USB flash drives or disks) or local directory. You can work also directly with ISO files. To add an add-on as ISO file media, select Local ISO Image then enter the Path to ISO Image. The Repository Name is arbitrary.

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