Tumbleweed install, using USB Live Plasma, was succeed.
Still on July.
I finally get a chance to experience OpenSUSE.
I choose the rolling release caled
And I plan to use it for few years in my Office.
This is my third Linux Partition after Debian and Fedora in my PC in my Office.
Surprisingly the installment was succeed. There are few things in my experience.
Each install, download a huge amount from the internet, about 4 Gigabytes.
My bad, I mistakenly install i586 version instead of x86_64 version. So I have to redownload the USB stick installer, and also download aout 4GB installation package.
My first install using i586, I skipped network configuration. And that confused me while I configure later. But it fixed using YaST while doing x86_64 install.
This openSUSE utilize
I’m very happy that I finally get my first non
but I haven’t got any time to explore them yet.
openSUSE installation using
YaST as shown in figure above.
I haven’t explore
One thing for sure while install. No need to touch command line.
Playing with Package
It seems to be that it need
Enable Packman repository
And finally get it installed
It all done successfully.
Zypper use abbreviation, to make the command shorter.
For more information use the manual and type
/ to search.
zypper dup in tumbleweed as suggested from the community.
It seems interesting that zypper ask user about license.
I respect license, so I type yes.
This is a screenshot for anyone who curious about openSUSE.
After about a week leaving tumbleweed installation in peace
and suddenly running
I found something interesting that zypper have. I have nerver seen this in APT nor ALPM nor DNF nor Portage nor Slackpkg.
I have never used BTRFS.
For that reason, this
/etc/fstab looks interesting.
I finally happy using openSUSE. Better late than never.
I must admit I know nothing about
I need time to experience these interesting stuff.
Thank you for Reading
- Docker - LFS Build
- Docker - Void XBPS
- Docker - Gentoo Portage
- Docker - Slackware Package Management
- Docker - Flow for Learning Linux Distribution
- Package Manager - Diversity in Linux
- Distribution - Debian to Devuan Migration
- Distribution - Manjaro OpenRC to Artix Migration
- Distribution - Mageia 6 Upgrade
- File System - GRUB2 support for BTRFS
- Distribution - Fedora First Time Install
- Distribution - Manjaro OpenRC Issues
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