> but only for openSUSE_11.3 not openSUSE_Factory.
i’m a little confused because, since “openSUSE_Factory” is the
container for unreleased, testing quality, and always moving openSUSE
11.4, it should only be used by seasoned linux users and software
testers knowledgeable enough to solve problems encountered or
recognize them as bugs and log those…
that is to say: you shouldn’t have to ask how to install Haskell, you
should just do it, and if it doesn’t work you should:
on the other hand if you accidentally wandered into testing some
unknown and intermediate level of 11.4 (via enabling the factory repo)
then you have a lot of undoing to do to get back to the latest 11.3,
in which you should find Haskell install like a dream…
OK, thanks very much, the command line lijews suggested works fine.
I don’t use repositories a lot and I don’t find their use very intuitive. I would have hoped it would be more obvious how to install Haskell but I don’t feel qualified to know if there is a bug or where it might be.