On Thu, 26 Aug 2021 at 23:24, Syds Bearda <opensuse(a)syds.eu> wrote:
On Thu, 26 Aug 2021, at 22:58, Richard Brown wrote:
On 26. Aug 2021, at 19:55, Attila Pinter <adathor(a)protonmail.com> wrote:
You can find the official documentation for MicroOS here:
and this is accessible via the
official page of MicroOS here: https://microos.opensuse.org/
The community driven documentation for MicroOS is here, but mind you that
some of these things are not officially supported by the developers of
This so-called “community” guide doesn’t just include stuff that isn’t
“officially supported” but includes stuff that is directly opposed to
design, goals and wishes of the community that develops the MicroOS desktop.
This results in the above guide being akin to an “Installing Linux”
community guide including a step 1 that reads “Install Windows”.
Users who want to use what the MicroOS developers are developing should
not use that guide.
Meanwhile we know the desktop documentation is lacking on
I would love to see contributions on these official sites that align with
the work we are actually doing.
Dear Richard, Do you have some notes or a skeleton Modus Operandi to
satisfy my members curiosity and willing to further
their knowledge of
MicroOS / Kubic please?
That community post is already marked for deletion 
I will not be building something new.
Best for the rest of the project.
For Kubic check out the official project site: https://kubic.opensuse.org/
and the wiki platform for documentation:
Hope these help and otherwise we're happy to answer your questions.
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On Friday, August 27th, 2021 at 12:48 AM, Jimmy PIERRE <
I have installed MicroOS with Gnome. I would like to make some insets
for our LUG and invitees on MicroOS and Kubic.
I have Googled these needs but could not find any sort of "Tutor led"
notes/courses. If they do exist, kindly share.
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