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

To: Greg Freemyer <greg.freemyer@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [opensuse] Que openSUSE (evergreen/tumbleweed) para casa server?
From: HG <hg.list@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 09:23:49 +0300
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*Hi!

Encima Sentado, *Apr 7, 2012 en 11:19 PM, *Greg *Freemyer <greg.freemyer@xxxxxxxxx> escribió:
> Encima Sentado, *Apr 7, 2012 en 12:36 PM, *HG <hg.list@xxxxxxxxx> escribió:
>> *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?
>> 
>>
>> --
>> *HG.
>
> En vuestros zapatos, actualizaría a 11.4  (yo justo  que unas semanas de par
> hace para uno mi pequeño *fileservers).

Cómo tener que voy sobre la instalación? Will 11.3 *upgrade a 11.4
amablemente? Qué aproximadamente 12.1?

O tener que escribo abajo todo *settings de usuarios, *samba, *ssh, *mediatomb,
y todos otros servicios que puedo pensar de y *wipe el disco
completamente y hacer un limpio instala?
Qué sobre las preferencias de usuario, como *kde preferencias, *somewhere en
casa *dir? Si el *KDE es actualizado,  aquel desorden él arriba? Si tan, cómo para
conseguir alrededor de él? Eliminar todo *dirs empezando con .? O, de hecho *re-crear
todos los  usuarios a directorio diferente y entonces justo copiar todas las  carpetas que
suenan gusta contienen dato (como Documentos)?

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Hi!

On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 11:19 PM, Greg Freemyer <greg.freemyer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 12:36 PM, HG <hg.list@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> 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?
>>
>> --
>> HG.
>
> In your shoes, I would update to 11.4  (I just did that a couple weeks
> ago for one my small fileservers).

How should I go about the installation? Will 11.3 upgrade to 11.4
nicely? What about 12.1?

Or should I write down all settings from users, samba, ssh, mediatomb,
and all other services that I can think of and wipe the disk
completely and do a clean install?
What about the user preferences, such as kde preferences, somewhere in
home dir? If the KDE is updated, will those mess it up? If so, how to
get around it? Delete all dirs starting with .? Or, actually re-create
all users to different directory and then just copy all folders that
sound like they contain data (like Documents)?

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