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Re: [opensuse] Que openSUSE (evergreen/tumbleweed) para casa server?

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Que openSUSE (evergreen/tumbleweed) para casa server?
From: Patrick Shanahan <paka@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 7 Apr 2012 12:25:51 -0400
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* *HG <Hg.list@xxxxxxxxx> [04-07-12 11:58]:
> 
> he sido corriendo *openSUSE desde *S.*u.*S.*E. (Pienso que fue deletreado como
> aquel) 8.0 ambos en trabajo también cuando casa. Y he siempre tuvo problemas
> en actualizar el sistema en casa - dónde puedo no justo comprar un nuevo *server
> cada otro año. Actualmente todavía estoy corriendo 11.3 cuál ha degradado
> realmente mal. He logrado EOL con *openSUSE anteriormente, pero nunca tiene
> el *repos desaparecido o muerto como ahora. Tan, es *painfully claro que
> necesito actualizar.

*http://Descarga.*opensuse.*org/Pub/*opensuse/distribución/11.3/
 
> Primera cuestión es, el cual "versión?" Significo, justo el regular, algunos
> *evergreen o *tumbleweed? 

*evergreen Es particular *opensuse las versiones designadas para apoyo de plazo
más largo por *volunteers.

*tumbleweed Está "rodando la liberación" apoyada *primarly por *Gregg *KH,
gregkh@xxxxxxx.

tengo un *server corriendo 11.2-*evergreen y ha sido satisfecho.

*imnsho, cualquiera sería una elección buena.  *Evergreen Es apuntado en cinco
años, *iirc, y probablemente serías reemplazando hardware sobre entonces. 
*Tumbleweed Durará tan mucho tiempo cuando es popular.  Ambos dependen en seguidores.

Para una casa *server *w/*o fuera de acceso, adivinaría cualquier versión haría
tan mucho tiempo cuando no tienes dificultades de hardware.


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* HG <hg.list@xxxxxxxxx> [04-07-12 11:58]:
> 
> I've been running openSUSE since S.u.S.E. (I think it was spelled like
> that) 8.0 both in work as well as home. And I've always had problems
> in updating the system at home - where I can't just buy a new server
> every other year. Currently I'm still running 11.3 which has degraded
> really badly. I've reached EOL with openSUSE previously, but never has
> the repos disappeared or died like now. So, it's painfully clear that
> I need to update.

http://download.opensuse.org/pub/opensuse/distribution/11.3/
 
> First question is, which "version?" I mean, just the regular, some
> evergreen or tumbleweed? 

evergreen is particular opensuse versions designated for longer term
support by volunteers.

tumbleweed is "rolling release" supported primarly by Gregg KH,
gregkh@xxxxxxx.

I have a server running 11.2-evergreen and have been satisfied.

imnsho, either would be a good choice.  Evergreen is targeted at five
years, iirc, and you would probably be replacing hardware about then. 
Tumbleweed will last as long as it is popular.  Both depend on supporters.

For a home server w/o outside access, I would guess any version would do
as long as you don't have hardware difficulties.


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