I'm currently using OpenSuse 11.1 + KDE3 relatively recently installed through a CD. This is because nothing worked after Oss 10.3. Now I know I was not alone and tens of thousands of workstations have migrated from OpenSuse+KDE3 to Ubuntu+Trinity.
As I would like to continue using OpenSuse, I tried again to install 12.1, but it did not work long: I can not use my 1280x1024 screen other than in 1024x768 mode (RV350AP [Radeon9600]). I did not insist because the release of version 12.2 was close.
What do you recommend for proper installation of Oss12.2 + KDE3: - XFE install followed by a use of "1-click install" button, in page http://en.opensuse.org/KDE3? - Is it possible to do that from a console, without graphical browser?
I'm currently downloading the openSUSE-12.2-DVD-x86_64.iso. Would'nt a Live CD be sufficient (as in the case of the 11.1 that I'm currently using)?
I'm sorry about that, but I was traumatized by KDE4. This makes me wonder if a guarantee of perenity for me could be to download all the source files of the project KDE3/QT. Could you tell me if this is realistic and how to do it please?
thank you Patrick
On Tuesday 18 September 2012 10:36:25 am Patrick Serru wrote:
Could you tell me if this is realistic and how to do it please?
One way, apart from the 1-click, to install into a new partition is laid out here: http://forums.opensuse.org/english/get-technical-help-here/how-faq-forums/un...