Ey, calm down.
Do we want to play the u3, or should I go on doing ubuntu?
If you want to try the u3 with me, I'd be honored.
As Ex-SUSE employee I'm well used to that quasi-religious "who was able
to see better into the future"-approach, but I think this does not help
With the u3, we are well behind the time, since hardkernel already
stopped it and sells its c1's, xu3 and xu4's now.
I've one of these xu4's too, and no suse image for it, if you want to
Ubuntu runs fine on it, and I use it as a multimedia player, but the
frequent loud ventilator sucks.
The u3 was much more silent, and it ran nice and fast.
Does anyone of you still have one, or am I the only one?
Greetings and Helau
On Tue, 9 Feb 2016 15:30:02 +0100, Andreas Färber wrote:
Am 09.02.2016 um 14:29 schrieb Sid Boyce:
openSUSE never took ARM to be a serious platform
until the Raspberry
arrived on the scene.
Bullshit. The Raspberry Pi had nothing to do with our ARM port, it
on sale half a year later and was incompatible with our ARMv7
It was rather people with Beagleboard, Pandaboard and Toshiba AC100
the prospect of ARM based servers that inspired both hobbyists and
engineers at openSUSE Conference 2011 and the following SUSE
Can't comment on the previous ARMv5 port - I believe that evolved
the Seagate DockStar.
ARM board support in openSUSE has always been driven by people owning
the boards or by companies donating some to be enabled and to power
Don't broadly blame "openSUSE" or some Intel fan-boy, it's
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