Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Carlos E.R.
On 23/10/2016 17:50, Axel Braun wrote: Am Sonntag, 23. Oktober 2016, 16:10:10 schrieb Carlos E. R.: how are the plans for openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01. Is there a change for a longer support of the current evergreen release? I'm daunted by the perspectives. Either I buy new 64 bit hardware

Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Patrick Shanahan
* Carlos E.R. [10-23-16 20:34]: > On 23/10/2016 17:50, Axel Braun wrote: > > Am Sonntag, 23. Oktober 2016, 16:10:10 schrieb Carlos E. R.: > > > > how are the plans for openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01. Is there a change > > > > for a longer support of the current evergreen

Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Carlos E. R.
On 2016-10-23 15:59, Sebastian Niemeyer wrote: > Hallo together, > > how are the plans for openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01. Is there a change for a > longer support of the current evergreen release? I'm daunted by the perspectives. Either I buy new 64 bit hardware to replace my old 32 bit

Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Axel Braun
Am Sonntag, 23. Oktober 2016, 16:10:10 schrieb Carlos E. R.: > > how are the plans for openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01. Is there a change > > for a longer support of the current evergreen release? > > I'm daunted by the perspectives. Either I buy new 64 bit hardware to > replace my old 32 bit

Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Felix Miata
Carlos E.R. composed on 2016-10-24 02:31 (UTC+0200): Axel Braun wrote: Carlos E. R. composed: how are the plans for openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01. Is there a change for a longer support of the current evergreen release? I'm daunted by the perspectives. Either I buy new 64 bit

Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Carlos E.R.
On 24/10/2016 3:32, Felix Miata wrote: Carlos E.R. composed on 2016-10-24 02:31 (UTC+0200): OTOH, abandoning YaST2 for (nothing) and Zypper (particularly its package locking mechanism besides its overall thoughful design) for the various Apt-based alternatives would likely be, at the least

Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Felix Miata
Carlos E.R. composed on 2016-10-24 04:27 (UTC+0200): Me, I think something else would be easier, perhaps ubuntu. Ubuntu *is* (a) Debian (derivative), just with a custom set of personality modifications designed for shielding its users from the underlying power of FOSS, e.g. Unity (aka only

Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Felix Miata
Carlos E.R. composed on 2016-10-24 05:09 (UTC+0200): On 24/10/2016 4:49, Felix Miata wrote: Carlos E.R. composed on 2016-10-24 04:27 (UTC+0200): Me, I think something else would be easier, perhaps ubuntu. Ubuntu *is* (a) Debian (derivative), just with a custom set of personality

Re: [Evergreen] openSUSE 13.1 after 2016-11-01

2016-10-23 Thread Carlos E.R.
On 24/10/2016 4:49, Felix Miata wrote: Carlos E.R. composed on 2016-10-24 04:27 (UTC+0200): Me, I think something else would be easier, perhaps ubuntu. Ubuntu *is* (a) Debian (derivative), just with a custom set of personality modifications designed for shielding its users from the