has this broken any ones gnome live cd install? any recomendations?
What do you mean ? Can you explain what you are saying, it is not clear to me…
I want to add the tumble weed to the repository on the gnome3 installation I did from the live cd from the gnome site - But i want to know if it will break anything ?
Gnome 3 is very adventurous, there risks associated with it. Tumbleweed is very adventurous, there risks associated with it. Together you get lots of risk, multiplicative IMO. Furthermore, the developers are very cautious about interdependence/interaction of Tumbleweed repo and the classical openSUSE 11.4 repo, but probably not much (if at all) interested the interdependence of the Gnome 3 repo and Tumbleweed’s repo.
So it’s really up to you. If you’re adventurous, go ahead, but don’t be upset if you have to reinstall openSUSE soon. [if I had the time I would do it just to see – but I’d take images of the root partition and the home partition first, and I’d expect to have to write those images back after a while after playing with an increasingly destabilised combination]
I tend to agree with you too swerdna. Your going into troubles… :\
On Wed, 13 Apr 2011 22:36:03 +0000, adrienk wrote:
> I want to add the tumble weed to the repository on the gnome3
> installation I did from the live cd from the gnome site - But i want to
> know if it will break anything ?
It will break everything
Seriously, if you do this, you are on your own. I am working on
integrating Gnome 3.0 into Tumbleweed once it stabilizes. So if you want
both, you need to wait a few weeks as Gnome 3.0 hasn’t even been finished
packaged up properly yet for other openSUSE users.
Take this advice from Greg KH as really serious. He is the the initiator and responsible of the Tumbleweed project.
Yeahh we had many problems with Gnome. Although I do not use Gnome(KDE I have) in some threads who I helped about Gnome 3, has many problems.
Always everything new has problems, so we must check it and then upgrade.