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Thread: Please keep openSUSE 13.1!

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    Default Please keep openSUSE 13.1!

    You may have noticed the hint that 'openSUSE 13.1 can no longer be built by SUSE Studio. Please upgrade to a newer version.'

    Yes, I know, it ran out of maintenance, but it is an Evergreen Version!
    And it is the last long-term 32bit openSUSE - thats the reason why I want to keep building for it.

    Sure, we have 13.2 at the start, but the Studio template always caused more trouble than the 13.1 version.

    If anyone supports to keep 13.1 - please reply to this thread!

    Thanks!

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    Default Re:Please keep openSUSE 13.1!

    DocB Wrote in message:

    > You may have noticed the hint that 'openSUSE 13.1 can no longer be built
    > by SUSE Studio. Please upgrade to a newer version.'
    >
    > Yes, I know, it ran out of maintenance, but it is an Evergreen Version!
    > And it is the last long-term 32bit openSUSE - thats the reason why I
    > want to keep building for it.


    openSUSE 13.1 is not the last 32-bit release of openSUSE, 13.2 is.
    The reason 13.1 is Evergreen is because 13.2 is still
    supported.

    > Sure, we have 13.2 at the start, but the Studio template always caused
    > more trouble than the 13.1 version.


    Perhaps if you can give some examples of the problems you've
    experienced with the 13.2 template they can be investigated and
    then possibly resolved.

    > If anyone supports to keep 13.1 - please reply to this thread!


    HTH.
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    Default Re:Please keep openSUSE 13.1!

    On Fri, 25 Mar 2016 23:03:50 +0000, Simon Flood wrote:

    > openSUSE 13.1 is not the last 32-bit release of openSUSE, 13.2 is.
    > The reason 13.1 is Evergreen is because 13.2 is still supported.


    Just a minor correction here - 13.1 is the last long-term release, and
    will be Evergreen - 13.2 is the last release, but won't be used in
    Evergreen.

    As I understand it, the Evergreen team intends that 13.1 be the last
    Evergreen release, since openSUSE Leap 42.1 (and beyond) have longer
    lifecycles, aligning with SLE releases.

    Jim
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    Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
    Novell/SUSE/NetIQ Knowledge Partner

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