Hello Per, > Gesendet: Montag, 11. April 2016 um 08:00 Uhr > Von: "Per Jessen" <p...@computer.org> > An: email@example.com > Betreff: Re: [Evergreen] Expanded Support for OpenSuSE 13.2 > > Ruediger Meier wrote: > > > On Sunday 10 April 2016, Per Jessen wrote: > >> jdd wrote: > >> > Le 10/04/2016 14:39, reinhard hennig a écrit : > >> >> Dear Members, > >> >> > >> >> will it be possible to provide an evergreen project for OpenSuSE > >> >> 13.2? We are just about to switch to it (from OS 12.2) and would > >> >> like to benefit from expanded LTS. We are using Linux on 12.000 > >> >> PC´s. > >> >> > >> >> B.R. > >> > > >> > if you don't have major reason to use 13.2, prefere 13.1 (present > >> > evergreen) or Leap 42.1 (extended support probable, upgrade easy) > >> > >> For a production environment, I would definitely not recommend > >> Leap421. > > > > Do you have some kind of check list what are the most annoying issues > > in 42.1 for you? > > Hi Rudi > > - lack of dolphin thumbnails, tooltips (pdf, libreoffice) > - plasmashell crashes frequently > - screen locker crashes (apparently won't be fixed until 422) > - alt-tab windows switching is slow/unresponsive.
Hm, I use Leap every day on my workhorse (ThinkPad T520), but did not come around any of the issues you mentioned so far. But there are others that make life uneasy (e.g. multi-monitor presentations...), but no showstoppers so far. > For a server, I might consider going with Leap421, but the steady stream > of updates makes me a little uneasy. Of course, it's also a good > thing, it just seems to be a little too much. Many of the updates relate to KDE, so not really something you take care about on a test-only server.... > >> I would also like to see 13.2 supported long-term, it's a very solid > >> release. I feel the community is in a difficult position here: The commitment is to support 13.1 long-term, which is, by the way, a solid release as well. On the other hand, 13.2 is the last 32bit release, which brings it into a special position. Personally I'm happy with using 13.1 on older hardware, but under the above light, maybe it is worth to discuss this again? Best regards Axel _______________________________________________ Evergreen mailing list Evergreen@lists.rosenauer.org http://lists.rosenauer.org/mailman/listinfo/evergreen