On Mon, 2012-08-27 at 10:39 -0300, Izabel Valverde wrote:
> Who tested openSUSE 12.2 RC2 and can tell one sentence why you are so
> happy about openSUSE 12.2?
Well, I'm not happy yet. Of the machines available to me ( Dell, HP
Workstations; Dell, HP, and Lenovo business laptops, and a home-build
AMD Fusion-based HTPC) only the Lenovo T60p (which is ancient) booted
properly on RC2. Amazingly enough, it boots to a desktop via a live USB
stick in <12 seconds.
I spent 4 hours monkeying with compiling proprietary drivers and
tweaking grub options to get a graphical boot (the open-source driver
apparently doesn't support Fusion APUs, or didn't in RC2).
So, everywhere else, I'll still running Tumbleweed, and honestly I'm a
bit afraid for Sept. 5.
... but to your point ...
GNOME 3.4 offers *huge* improvements in usability and customization, and
I'm looking forward to using it everywhere.
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