On Thu, 29 Nov 2012 17:35:12 -0800
Linda Walsh <suse(a)tlinx.org> wrote:
Um which list does one post questions about current
development and current releases on?
BTW, do you have idea (proposal/solution) how to boot different
hardware without initrd, but also without asking users to learn how to
deal with kernel configuration and compilation on installation, and
later on each kernel upgrade.
For you it can be simple to fiddle with kernels and you may consider
that not a waste of time, but it is not for me, and even lesser for
people that just learned how to download iso and burn it on CD.
I don't want to know how kernel works as long as all hardware works
with satisfactory performance. Although, I do know many ways to boot
computer and can fix, or workaround, many issues, I don't like when I
have to. For me it is *not* what I want to do every day. Skills needed
to fix problems are remnants from old times, when they were part of
New users lack skills and in 99% of cases they don't look for
something new to learn, nor look for entertainment in computer
configuration, but something that will run their computer better then
what they have now.
Dealing with older Vista laptop right now, that is faster from the USB
stick with openSUSE 12.2, then Vista from the hard disk I can understand
that people want to try it. It is free and it has all that 99% of users
need; no need to chase applications around the web.
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