Currently I am using openSUSE Leap 42.2 as base system on the laptop where I do my daily work (Dell Latitude E7470). As a YaST developer my system is a bit broken (as you may guess) and updates are not possible. So it is time to start from scratch. The idea is to adopt some user friendly system for security copies, migrate to Tumbleweed, make extensible usage of virtual machines and try to stay the base system as clean as possible.

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  • over 6 years ago: joseivanlopez started this project.
  • over 6 years ago: joseivanlopez originated this project.

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    • okurz
      over 6 years ago by okurz | Reply

      When you are ready to get rid of your current installation anyway you might want to try an "upgrade" to openSUSE Tumbleweed as well :)

      • joseivanlopez
        over 6 years ago by joseivanlopez | Reply

        Oh yes, that would had been a good test, but I read your comment a little bit late :). Anyway, after putting all my effort in make possible to work with Tumbleweed + kde, finally it was impossible (last kde version is too buggy). But with gnome it seems that everything goes well :)

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