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openSUSE 11.1 GNOME User Guide
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1.21 Obtaining Software Updates

When you connect to the Internet, the openSUSE Updater automatically checks whether software updates for you system are available. An openSUSE Updater applet in the system tray of you panel informs you about the availability of updates and lets you easily install them with just a few clicks. The applet icon changes color and appearance depending on the availability of updates for your system.

For detailed information on how to install software updates with openSUSE Updater and how to configure openSUSE Updater, refer to the chapter about installing and removing software in Section 3.3, Keeping the System Up-to-date, (↑ Start-Up ).

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