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    Default lifetime of 10.3

    now that 10.3 is on the final leg of its journey, does anyone have an estimate how long it will be before the next release that retires 10.3?

    i ask because i run vmware workstation and 10.3 is the last version they have on their supported list. vmware tech support does not know why newer versions of suse are not yet supported.

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    Default Re: lifetime of 10.3

    The question about lifetime is already answered on the forum.
    How long does a release get supported? - openSUSE Forums.
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    i missed that one. thanks.

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    Default Re: lifetime of 10.3

    * ewhite20 wrote, On 01/17/2009 07:56 PM:
    > now that 10.3 is on the final leg of its journey, does anyone have an
    > estimate how long it will be before the next release that retires 10.3?


    http://en.opensuse.org/SUSE_Linux_Lifetime

    > i ask because i run vmware workstation and 10.3 is the last version
    > they have on their supported list. vmware tech support does not know
    > why newer versions of suse are not yet supported.


    Well, if THEY don't know...

    Uwe

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    > i ask because i run vmware workstation and 10.3 is the last version
    > they have on their supported list. vmware tech support does not know
    > why newer versions of suse are not yet supported.[/color]

    Well, if THEY don't know...

    Uwe[/QUOTE]

    they tell me supported distributions are based on commitment by the distribution vendor or team.

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    Default Re: lifetime of 10.3

    * ewhite20 wrote, On 01/17/2009 09:06 PM:

    > they tell me supported distributions are based on commitment by the
    > distribution vendor or team.


    Interesting. Let me see what I can find.

    Uwe

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    Default Re: lifetime of 10.3

    Quote Originally Posted by buckesfeld View Post
    * ewhite20 wrote, On 01/17/2009 09:06 PM:

    > they tell me supported distributions are based on commitment by the
    > distribution vendor or team.


    Interesting. Let me see what I can find.

    Uwe
    they gave me that response when inquiring about why slackware was not supported. (slackware has declined to work with them.) i've asked several times (i have a support contract) about new suse version support. the most recent response was that no new suse support was shown in the pipeline. he had no additional information.

    10.2 is their last supported release and 10.3 is listed as experimental.

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    Default Re: lifetime of 10.3

    ewhite20 wrote:
    > buckesfeld;1929568 Wrote:
    >> * ewhite20 wrote, On 01/17/2009 09:06 PM:
    >>
    >>> they tell me supported distributions are based on commitment by the
    >>> distribution vendor or team.

    >> Interesting. Let me see what I can find.
    >>
    >> Uwe

    >
    > they gave me that response when inquiring about why slackware was not
    > supported. (slackware has declined to work with them.) i've asked
    > several times (i have a support contract) about new suse version
    > support. the most recent response was that no new suse support was
    > shown in the pipeline. he had no additional information.
    >
    > 10.2 is their last supported release and 10.3 is listed as
    > experimental.


    So, virtualbox it is then! ;-)

    ....Kevin
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