Feature changed by: Felix Miata (mrmazda)
Feature #311059, revision 6
Title: Installer like Fedora
openSUSE Distribution: Rejected by Andreas Jaeger (a_jaeger)
reject date: 2011-07-19 11:44:21
reject reason: See comments and number of votes.
Requested by: Kim Leyendecker (openlhag)
Partner organization: openSUSE.org
Maybe you know the Fedora installer. YouÂ´ve got four options: - Use
all Disk space - Update the existent Linux system - Use free disk place
- Do your own partition table This would be a nice and easy to use
feature for openSUSE too. Maybe as a additional installation-option,
that you can choose. By the way, Fedora-users have it easy to change to
What do you think?
Business case (Partner benefit):
: Because we have a easy installation methode and we make
it fedora-users easy, to merge in openSUSE
#1: Jos Poortvliet (jospoortvliet) (2011-01-13 17:34:01)
sorry but how is this different from what Yast offers? Could you be
more specific? The YaST installer is imho better than what Fedora
#2: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) (2011-01-14 23:02:07)
"Installer like Fedora" - no. I do not want an installer which has got
a castrated text mode that does not even allow you to set up a custom
partition layout. yast is already better in this regard.
#3: Roman Bysh (romanator) (2011-01-15 03:31:59)
I agree. It's a no from me also. Although we can still improve on the
openSUSE installer. I think openSUSE has a solid - very functional
+ #4: Felix Miata (mrmazda) (2012-07-16 20:13:22)
+ openSUSE's installer is the best GUI operating system installer bar
+ none. Fedora's is far too limiting, even more so its text mode.