This 2017, I accidentaly moved from Arch to openSUSE. It just happen without planning. I must admit, my plan is Gentoo. I know this article is a little bit too average, and the screenshot is also boring. Boring is good for business. I’m a little bit of running out of time, so I’m a kind of in need of stable OS to get my job done.
Two times in 2017, my 2009 old notebook has some hardware issue. The first time is in August, this event pushed me to use other computer other than my notebook. So I installed tumbleweed at home multiboot, along with my previously installed Mageia, and I installed [tumbleweed, rawhide, and KaOS] in my office multiboot along with previously installed Debian. After my notebook get better form the service shop, I switch from Manjaro to Artix and from Debian to Devuan.
My second hardware issue is in December, pushed me to use my openSUSE again. So I decide to get the environment right for me. In my office, I set up administrative thing such as samba. And live happily with KDE. At home, I set up window manager. I’m not really a fans of Desktop Ricing, but I love working Tiling Window Manager. And surprisingly openSUSE repository is good.
Well, it is my opinion as a Debian user and also and AUR user. So here is what I just did
Download from repository with zypper
xmonad herbstluftwm awesome bspwm i3-gaps
mpd cava ncmpcpp mpclient cmus
scrot feh nitrogen scrot compton xcompmgr
rofi dunst dzen2
lxappearance conky xfontsel gucharmap
oh-mybash, oh-my-zsh, fish, powerline
vim, emacs, vim-plugin-NERDtree
Download rpm manually then zypper
Installer for specific language
TERM::Extended-Color (via cpan)
ls++ (git clone)
gtop (via npm)
qtile (via pip)
jekyll (via gem) to blog
Copy paste manually form Arch
- from .fonts in Arch Linux to .fonts in openSUSE
Not solved yet (I’m busy) (maybe compile manually later)
I had setup a few, such as i3, it works flawlessly. And surprisingly it does not take a long time to setup. Awesome works well, but I still have trouble login to bspwm.
Feliz Año Nuevo
This new year, I also give up my geany for ViM and emacs. It is just me that need to learn.
And I also learn to communicate in some spanish telegram linux group, with help of google translate. Larga Vida Resistencia.
I guess I’m going to continue using openSUSE.
Tumbleweed to Leap
In openSUSE context, I grown up quickly. Now I need stability in my Office, so switch my Tumbleweed to Leap 42.3. You can say that I have migrated successfully, with almost no issue at all.
I would like to make a guidance, so uninstall what I have installed before.
Now ‘m installing using KDE. Using no tiling yet.
Change Repository From Tumbleweed to Leap
You can see these packages are already installed: lua sddm lightdm openbox vim w3m xfce4-mixer .
I ned suitable working environment, so I also install stuff that I need.
Using YaST2 using Web Browser
Found in https://software.opensuse.org: One Click Install using YaST2
- glances byobu termite
However I still have to install manually using some tools.
Manual Compilation. Successfully installed:
A few more Riddles. Manual git (fail):
- ncmpcpp (using Leap 42.1 rpm)
I haven’t got time to solve.
Most of all works.
Thank you for reading and visiting.