On Tue, May 23, 2006 at 10:03:16AM +0200,
Frank-Michael Fischer wrote:
Ofcourse, that's what I am doing. But I
could also build linux from
scratch then. The moment, Novell decides to drop "zmd rug zen-updater"
from the default installation I can recommend this distro again. Why?
Don't hold your breath for that. What I expect is that in 10.2 these
issues will be solved one way or another.
Yes, it should not have gotten into 10.1, but into 10.2. It has not and it
has been explained why as well. So can we go on with it and stop moaning
how much everybody hates it?
Problem is: during beta test I have been busy reporting and detailling
other bugs so I did not participate in the zen buddism here. And I'd
agree with you that it will be solved etc. I just did not know (did
you?) that it takes up to half an hour to get a 2.xGHz machine booted
into a proper functioning state. For me this order of magnitude of slow
down is unexpected, I am not even sure it was there with beta versions.