Gnome extensions and upgrading to openSUSE 13.2

When I go to run the update to openSUSE 13.2, should I disable the Gnome Extensions in case they are not compatible with the updated Gnome (3.14?)?

This is going to be one of my first upgrading from one openSUSE version to another without “distro-hopping” to something else in-between :wink:

On Tue 04 Nov 2014 02:26:02 PM CST, dragonbite wrote:

When I go to run the update to openSUSE 13.2, should I disable the Gnome
Extensions in case they are not compatible with the updated Gnome
(3.14?)?

This is going to be one of my first upgrading from one openSUSE version
to another without “distro-hopping” to something else in-between :wink:

Hi
Probably not a bad idea, but if you look at the comments for the
extensions via https://extensions.gnome.org/local/ and click on the
extension name, I think you will find they are updated for 3.14.x

Do you have many running? I only have a few, OpenWeather and Activities
configurator.


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I think I have 2 primarily; one for changing the wallpaper and another for the menu portion on the top panel. I’ll check them when I am home.

What got me thinking about it is that I am just finishing up a Drupal update and when I update from one version to another I have to disable the Modules and then replace the modules with the updated versions before turning them back on and using them.

Oh well. There is some error going on with trying to open Gnome (it fails) but the message also mentions that it is disabling all of the extensions.

Tonight I get to start troubleshooting.