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The HP Linux Common Operating Environment (LinuxCOE) is a global engineering program which facilitates provisioning and lifecycle support of Linux systems. Key deliverables are to increase reliability, availability, maintainability and performance of global infrastructure and production environments by maintaining a minimum number of platform and component configurations.
The LinuxCOE SystemDesigner is a CGI-based interface to:

* generate boot images for network or local media based installations
* save profiles that store custom installation preferences for later re-use
* retrofit already deployed systems by overlaying bundles of packages for other value-add components

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automation auto-yast deployment kickstart perl preseed

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30 Day Summary

May 12 2016 — Jun 11 2016

12 Month Summary

Jun 11 2015 — Jun 11 2016
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