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Re: [opensuse] Turn off computer
- From: Adam Tauno Williams <awilliam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 26 Jul 2009 21:52:08 -0400
- Message-id: <1248659528.8245.5.camel@linux-m3mt>
4. Switching from 10.3 to 11.1. Forget it I tried it and had to back down.The thing is, if there is a bug that impedes your machine from shutting
It's riddled with bugs or options with are set up by default and all amount
to a terrible mess. As a newbie I have managed for years to get going easily
enough with regular openSuse updates and always set up my system, comm line,
printer etc. single handed.
down, it will never be solved for 10.3. Your reports will be ignored...
Also, if you are using a 'new' PC it is just likely that your hardware
is newer than your OS, so some things not working is just to be
Then, that bug/problem might have been solved already on a later version.
There is also 11.0, if you don't like 11.1. Or you may try "factory", and
if it doesn't work, report your problems so that the comming 11.2 version
is corrected in time.
Now why do I buck ? You see with the 11.1 mess I decided to now understand
Because it doesn't install/run will on your particular hardware does not
equate to it being a "mess". It just means it [maybe] doesn't run well
on your particular hardware. I've done a lot of 11.1 installs and
encountered only one box were it bombed.
what's Linux all about. I bought myself a combo course with cbt nuggets. ItWhat error?
1. Linux can't read the DVD's
Playing DVDs works fine for me. To play 'video' DVDs you need to
install the proprietary codecs <http://software.opensuse.org/codecs>.
But that is true of any version of any distribution - it is just part of
life on LINUX. One-click install on openSUSE makes it a pretty trivial
2. Cbt nuggets sent me the file in bits which I stored on my DesktopYou can use mplayer or xine to watch videos - but use the version from
3. Cbt nuggets told me to load VLC soft to read this video file.
Or totem, which I think is the default on GNOME. But I have no idea
what "Cbt nuggets" are.
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