On Thu, 2021-08-12 at 11:06 +0200, Syds Bearda wrote:
11. MicroOS desktop specific: the default is to nuke
the entire disk.
If you want to keep windows you need to choose so manually. Plus if
you want to auto mount a non openSUSE standard partition (like NTFS),
you can’t from first boot at ntfs-3G is missing from the installer.
And during boot there is also no option for probe other OS. So it you
want to dual boot windows you need to do it through the F12 boot menu
from the bios.
The MicroOS Desktop team do not test, support, nor currently has any
plans to support, the MicroOS Desktop in dual boot environments.
A dumbed-down operating system with less customisation options (by
design) does not exactly align with the requirements that supporting
dual boot would bring to it.
For people who want dual boot, we have Tumbleweed and Leap.
Documentation is NOT the act of writing down what software can do.
Documentation IS the act of writing down what software maintainers are
prepared to support, and how to avoid needing that support.