To go straight to the point: I’ve had multiple issues (most probably my own fault) with my openSUSE installation and since I am a new user who doesn’t know very much Iwant to make a clean install. However, I have etlegacy installed, which requires enemy-territory-data. This is downloaded as a tiny rpm containing a script which in turn downloads about 400 MiB from an ftp server. I want to avoid redownloading all that, but don’t know how to pack it as a rpm. I don’t want to just copy folders because I’m afraid of backuping the problems which I want to get rid of.
In case anyone wonders what my issues are:
- If I enable autologon, it doesn’t work, even if I configure to not ask for password and other things like selected user when loading the logon screen
- In energy settings I have configured the power button to ask what to do when pressed, however it just shuts down the computer
- fglrx doesn’t work properly (render problems)
- wma decoding doesn’t work in amarok (nor in any other media player, probably). I have installed all the gstreamer codecs and ffmpeg, to no avail
I’m moving from Windows xp (I mantain a dual boot, however it’s at BIOS level since both systems have been installed on independent drives, so the systems don’t interact). My previous experience with linux is very limited, and with openSUSE it’s totally non-existant.
Thanks in advance