Axel Braun wrote:
> Hello Per,
>> Gesendet: Montag, 11. April 2016 um 08:00 Uhr
>> Von: "Per Jessen" <p...@computer.org>
>> An: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> 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.
Not even the missing thumbnails and tooltips?
> But there are others that make life uneasy (e.g. multi-monitor
I haven't even dared to start looking at using multiple monitors :-)
>> 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....
You're probably right, I haven't looked at what is being updated, just
there were so many.
>> >> 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
> On the other hand, 13.2 is the last 32bit release, which brings
> it into a special position.
Not forgetting, if you want to install a 32bit 13.2 xen pvm guest, I
think it's only possible by installing 13.1 and then upgrading.
Per Jessen, Zürich (14.2°C)
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