I waited for someone to start the thread but obviously i’m the chosen one lol!
Here is the link for the Hardware Compatibility List Hardware - openSUSE
All users who are running openSUSE 11.2 are welcomed to fill in their experience (good or bad) with the hardware they have. Please keep it short and precise, ranting is for the forum;)
If you are not comfortable editing the wiki write your hardware and experience (via PM or in this thread) and I or someone else will edit it for you.
Thanks in advance for your contribution.
P.S. If you find a bug HCL is not the place to report it. The place to report bugs is Submitting Bug Reports - openSUSE
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Hi, I fill my experience with the laptop Acer Aspire 5720z, when I
finish to test it I’ll add the suspend to RAM and suspend to disk
General Failure is the supreme commander of the Microsoft army.
All operation made by this army ends on him.
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If only it wasn’t in the form of a wiki and I’d be filling it right now - and no, I’m not going to start posting specs of hundreds of workstations and servers here for people to fill out.
agreed, wiki syntax is preventing me from adding information as well.
Normal HTML is far more readable although for something like this should use a dedicated application imo.
Still added a few things where I didn’t have to edit some huge table though.
A dedicated web application is a great idea!
A less better way, but still doable would be to have a dedicated forum here, or even just a dedicated thread. Then vollunteers could use the thread to edit the wiki. The wiki is great for some things, but not for this.
Updated my laptops to reflect latest status with 11.2. Takes like 15 minutes to copy and edit the entries with wiki syntax.
Seriously this thread should be sticky.