i tried to ask some people if there is any movement of creating a own
set of openSUSE-Server repos, wikipages, guidlines etc. but i haven't
a clear answer. I just found several pages in openFATE and the wiki
which talk about this idea, but no general reaction. So i will ask
Are their people interested in creating openSUSE Server?
I had a conversation on that topic.
Of course the normal installation does work on servers, but there are
some "issues" which doesn't fit.
- Repos are to wide splitted:
For running an webserver you definitely need some community-repos.
Providing them on the wiki would help, and of course talk about that.
- server-kernel is needed
of course, i know, i know, the -desktop kernel works on an server. And
to be honest i just mention it here cause i talkes with a friend and
he just said, having a -server kernel would feel better, and he is
- a install should be created
i use this "minimal-system" to install my servers. but the first time
i added some software i was surprised that the pattern must be
removed. That's strange.
- long term support
if needed, should be placed. I guess there should be no need, but
maybe a point to talk about.
I would like to work on this topics. But i guess it will not work if i
am alone on this. So any ideas?
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