Tumblweed for RPi is offered in two flavors, one of them called “non-upstream”. What is the difference between them? Does non-upstream have more packages? What is considered “upstream” in this case?
The upstream image does not include hardware video decoding, while the downstream does (Thx to our openSUSE Developers (Andreas?))
I don’t know for sure, but generally “upstream” means source before it becomes openSUSE, “downstream” generally means source plus modifications by openSUSE maintainers.
People should know that the link I posted is only for the original RPi and RPi Zero models.
If you have a RPi2 or RPi3, you must install images from the following instead
Thank you for the explanation. I know that generally ‘upstream’ refers to a version w/o any openSUSE changes. I didn’t know what the upstream in this case, as it seems to refers to the whole distribution. From you explanation I think upstream refers to the upstream Linux kernel for Raspberry Pi.