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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?
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Date: Sat, 7 Apr 2012 19:36:25 +0300
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*Hi!

Encima Sentado, *Apr 7, 2012 en 7:25 PM, Patrick *Shanahan <paka@xxxxxxxxxxxx> escribió:
>> 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.

Desde entonces actualmente estoy corriendo 11.3, puedo no realmente bajar. Sería
realmente difícil. También podría subir... Cuando parece que no
habrá 11.3 *evergreen.

> *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.

Tengo acceso exterior (*ssh, web regular algún tiempo y algunos cronometra
algún nodo experimental.*js Servicios). Todavía no soy que preocupado sobre
no consiguiendo actualiza, pero el problema es que no puedo instalar material
*anymore en el 11.3 cuando el *repos haber *somehow desaparecido.

Sonidos como *evergreen sería mejor apoyado pero cuando no soy versión
apoyada encima de aquello, probablemente tendría que ir para 12.1 y *tumbleweed?


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Hi!

On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 7:25 PM, Patrick Shanahan <paka@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> 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.

Since I'm currently running 11.3, I can't really go down. Would be
really difficult. Might as well go up... as it seems that there will
not be 11.3 evergreen.

> 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.

I do have outside access (ssh, regular web some times and some times
some experimental node.js services). Still I'm not that worried about
not getting updates, but the problem is that I cannot install stuff
anymore on the 11.3 as the repos have somehow disappeared.

Sounds like evergreen would be better supported but as I'm not on
supported version of that, I should probably go for 12.1 and
tumbleweed?

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