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hi.. i am going to installing osbi

hi.. i am going to installing osbi

hi.. i am going to installing osbi

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hi..
i am going to installing osbiz_s , os sles11 was running well. while the osbiz_s installed that the system required a rpm in the os sles11. how way install the rpm file at the sles..?
what are anybody can help.

RE: hi.. i am going to installing osbi

Hi.

You need SLES 11 SP4 64 bit

Keep the Linux DVD or .ISO file handy during the installation of the OpenScape Business communication software,
since some software packages (RPM) required for the communication software may need to installed later from this DVD or .ISO file

A check is performed to determine whether additional RPM packages need to be installed. If yes, confirm this with Confirm.
If this occurs, you will need to switch back to the SLES 11 DVD or .ISO file later

If additional RPM packages need to be installed, you will be prompted to insert the SLES 11 DVD or .ISO file.
Insert the DVD or .ISO file and confirm with Continue.
Following the successful installation of the RPM packages, reinsert the OpenScape Business DVD or .ISO file and confirm this with
Continue, followed by Run

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