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Using provisioning packages on Windows 11, version 22H2 (also called Windows 11 2022 Update) might not work as expected. Windows might only be partially configured, and the Out Of Box Experience might not finish or might restart unexpectedly. Provisioning packages are .PPKG files which are used to help configure new devices for use on business or school networks. Provisioning packages which are applied during initial setup are most likely to be impacted by this issue. For more information on provisioning packages, please see Provisioning packages for Windows.




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Copying large multiple gigabyte (GB) files might take longer than expected to finish on Windows 11, version 22H2. You are more likely to experience this issue copying files to Windows 11, version 22H2 from a network share via Server Message Block (SMB) but local file copy might also be affected.Windows devices used by consumers in their home or small offices are not likely to be affected by this issue.


Release notes usually only list changes that happened between two subsequent releases.Certain important entries from the release notes of previous product versions are repeated.To make these entries easier to identify, they contain a note to that effect.


There is new zypper HTTP backend that enables a new asynchronous downloader.While it currently will not have massive impact on performance due to thefrontend code not requesting files asynchronously,it will do some additional mirror rating and as soon as we update thefrontend code will bring more benefits.


For Raspberry Pi* devices, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Arm 12 SP3 and later includeDas U-Boot as bootloader, in order to align the boot process withother platforms.By default, it loads GRUB as UEFI application from a FAT-formatted partition,and GRUB then loads Linux kernel and ramdisk from a file system such as Btrfs.


As a technology preview, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Arm 15 SP2 added a Btrfs driver toU-Boot for the Raspberry Pi (package u-boot-rpiarm64).This allows its commands ls and load to access files on Btrfs-formattedpartitions on supported boot media, such as microSD and USB.


The modules available within the product line based on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP4 at the release of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP4 are listed in the Modules and Extensions Quick Start at -SP4/html/SLES-all/article-modules.html.


SUSE provides virtual disk images for Minimal-VM and Minimal-Image in the file formats .qcow2, .vhdx, and .vmdk, compatible with KVM, Xen, OpenStack, Hyper-V, and VMware environments.All Minimal-VM and Minimal-Image images set up the same disk size (24 GB) for the system.Due to the properties of different file formats, the size of Minimal-VM and Minimal-Image image downloads differs between formats.


To increase the flexibility of deployment of our Minimal-VM image on VMware, we have added cloud-init along with jeos-firstboot.jeos-firstboot is still used by default except if the user has provided cloud-init datasource file.


MariaDB is the database backend for RMT.RMT does create the database and tables at startup if needed so no specific post-installation task is required for it to be usable.Passwords are self-generated unless explicitly specified in the values file.


PHP 8 has replaced PHP 7, which has moved to the Legacy Module.After upgrading, make sure that all needed packages, including extension modules, are installed for PHP 8.Additionally, the current version of the package apparmor-profiles includes the php-fpm profile that was absent before.This profile effectively blocks PHP-FPM processes from accessing the socket file (if its name differs from the template in this file) as well as to directories with PHP scripts (for example, the standard directory /srv/www/htdocs and its subdirectories).


The SUSE kernel module tools have been updated to better comply with the file system hierarchy standards and also clearly indicate that certain kernel modules will be disabled in a future SUSE Linux Enterprise release.


Distribution-provided configuration files previously placed in the /etc directory are now located in the /lib directory.The tools continue to recognize the user-supplied configuration files in the /etc directory.The modprobe(8) tool now presents an interactive dialog in case the user attempts to load one of the obsolete kernel modules.The dialog offers to abort the load operation, load the kernel module once, or override the blacklisting status.


The zstd algorithm achieves much higher compression and decompression speed compared to xz, at the cost of somewhat lesser compression ratio.As a result, some reading operations during boot and installation are much faster.The module file extension has changed from .ko.xz to .ko.zst and the content is zstd-compressed.All SLE components that manipulate the kernel modules have been adapted.Third-party software that does in-depth examination of kernel modules may require adjustments.


dracut supports compression of the initramfs image file with zstd.zstd is superior to xz both in terms of speed and compression ration.However, the kernel did not support decompressing a zstd-compressed initramfs image before.


In addition to the firmware files being compressed, the packaging scheme has also been changed.Previously, all firmware files were shipped in the kernel-firmware package.Now, the files are split into sub-packages, and the kernel-firmware-all package will pull all the sub-packages into the system using the kernel-firmware provides symbol.


In previous SLES versions, the Btrfs file system implementation could not work with file systems formatted with a block size smaller than the configured kernel page size.That means a file system formatted with 4-kilobyte block size could be mounted by the kernel using 4-kilobyte page size but not on another system that uses 64-kilobyte pages.


During installation, the entries generated for LUKS devices in /etc/fstab used UUID.This meant that tools such as systemd generators could not know which LUKS device to activate to make a filesystem appear, unless all volumes were set up at boot.


This option enables authentication using the Network Time Security (NTS) mechanism.Unlike with the key option, the server and client do not need to share a key in a key file.NTS has a Key Establishment (NTS-KE) protocol using the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol to get the keys and cookies required by NTS for authentication of NTP packets.


systemd will automatically load the simpledrm driver on the next startup.To avoid this, simply remove the file.To use the driver, pass the kernel parameter enable_sysfb on the next boot.This can be done from within the GRUB boot menu.


To fix potential issues arising from this change, in /etc/sysconfig/named remove any mention of run_chrooted.The log file paths also need to be adjusted because they are different from the chroot setup.


With Samba 4.17 it is planned to disable the SMB1 protocol.We therefore deprecated SMB1 for a possible future update of Samba.This affects the Samba file server, its libraries and clients, as well as the kernel CIFS client (cifs.ko and mount.cifs).This version of the protocol is insecure and usage of version 2.02 or later is recommended.


Since systemd v248, /dev is not mounted noexec anymore.This did not provide any significant security benefits and conflicted with the executable mappings used with /dev/sgx device nodes.The previous behavior can be restored for individual services with NoExecPaths=/dev (or by allow-listing and excluding /dev from ExecPaths=).


SUSE Linux Enterprise was the first enterprise Linux distribution to support journaling file systems and logical volume managers in 2000.Later, we introduced XFS to Linux, which allows for reliable large-scale file systems, systems with heavy load, and multiple parallel reading and writing operations.With SUSE Linux Enterprise 12, we started using the copy-on-write file system Btrfs as the default for the operating system, to support system snapshots and rollback.


2 Btrfs is a copy-on-write file system.Instead of journaling changes before writing them in-place, it writes them to a new location and then links the new location in.Until the last write, the changes are not "committed".Because of the nature of the file system, quotas are implemented based on subvolumes (qgroups).


Some file system features are available in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP4 but are not supported by SUSE.By default, the file system drivers in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP4 will refuse mounting file systems that use unsupported features (in particular, in read-write mode).To enable unsupported features, set the module parameter allow_unsupported=1 in /etc/modprobe.d or write the value 1 to /sys/module/MODULE_NAME/parameters/allow_unsupported.However, note that setting this option will render your kernel and thus your system unsupported.


A new systemd-cryptenroll tool has been added to enroll TPM 2.0, FIDO2 and PKCS#11 security tokens to LUKS volumes, list and destroy them.It also supports enrolling "recovery keys" and regular passphrases.


A concept of system extension images is introduced.Such images may be used to extend the /usr/ and /opt/ directory hierarchies at runtime with additional files (even if the file system is read-only).When a system extension image is activated, its /usr/ and /opt/ hierarchies and os-release information are combined via overlayfs with the file system hierarchy of the host OS.A new systemd-sysext tool can be used to merge, un-merge, list, and refresh system extension hierarchies.


Previously, it was possible to set a group password in YaST.However, group passwords are an inherent security problem.This even more true in SUSE Linux Enterprise because, for historical reasons, a separate /etc/gshadow file is not used.


Thus this features has been removed from both the user interface and AutoYaST.When cloning a system with AutoYaST, the group description does not include the or tags anymore.Those elements are also ignored when importing a group from an existing AutoYaST profile.


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