I sit down after a hard working week. Lets play around a little at my home computers. Hmmm… Update 13.1 repo didn’t respond on a zypper dup…
Lets wait and I did some other update on my machines. I have wonder for some time why Ubuntu 14.04 GUI work so bad as a VirtualBox guest on my server (13.1). I not the only one that are suffering from that. Guest additions are installed and a quick search on net confirm the problem whit Ubuntu 14.04 as a guest in VirtualBox. I leave that for later.
A colleague was demonstrating Arch Linux for me. Fantastic Linux system and the possibility are amazing… But not for me.
By the way, -is it many that are using Enlightment as a GUI in openSUSE? It is there in standard software selection of the graphical environment setup in yast2. I did installed it on a sand-box PC and it’s not for me.
Yes, -zypper dup is responding… New kernel etc. But KDE is reporting 4.11.5??? What did I miss? 1 and 1/2 beers should not affect that much on a Friday afternoon. Never mind. I’m very pleased with openSUSE and it is days to come and new zypper dup’s
I was visiting a very close relative about 2 hours ago. We had a chit-chat and he was stating:
-4.7" Nokia/win phone for his work.
-10" android tablet for his book reading and multimedia.
-MS is the thing for global work. Open source is for nerds. Useless.
-SAP is the name of the game about ERP.
I guess I have some work to do there. As usual :P.
I installed Arch two or three years ago (on a secondary computer). It looked as if it would require a lot of work to get it to be system that I could use for my everyday activity. So I was never convinced to switch to Arch. I will say, however, that they have a great Wiki.
Same issue here after installing recent kernel update, KinfoCenter reported previous kernel which I assumed was running therefore. I now recall actually restarting from Grub2’s Advanced menu and selecting the new kernel. After doing that, KinfoCenter correctly displays “Linux 3.11.10-11-desktop”, and now get it correctly on every restart from Grub2’s main menu.