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Release notes


You will also find the documentation at the Server WebUI after it is installed and ready.




  • A clean openSUSE Leap 42.3 installation, fully updated
  • Multi-core x86_64 CPU
  • At least 4GB of RAM for testing (for a production enviroment you would need between 16 and 32GB)
  • 100GB of free disk space + 50GB per SUSE/openSUSE product and 100GB per Red Hat Product



All commands are to be run as root or with sudo

  1. Make sure your openSUSE Leap 42.3 is updated:
    zypper update
  2. Configure a resolvable fully quallified domain name with Yast2 > System > Netwok Settings > Hostname/DNS
  3. Add the repository for the server:
    zypper ar uyuni-server-stable
  4. Refresh metadata from the repositories:
    zypper refresh
  5. Install the pattern for the Uyuni server:
    zypper in patterns-uyuni_server
  6. Run Yast2 and to Network Services > Uyuni Setup
  7. Follow the setup assistant
  8. Once the setup assistant is ready, you will be able to access the WebUI at https://<FQDN>/
  9. From that point you can start working with the Uyuni Server


  • A clean openSUSE Leap 42.3 installation, fully upgraded
  • At least 2GB of RAM
  • 50GB of disk space per channel


Installation of Uyuni Proxy is done via the Uyuni Server web interface.

See the Advanced Topics manual for step-by-step instructions for installing and configuring Uyuni Proxy.

Client Tools

These are the repositories: