On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 08:03:55PM -0200, Jos Poortvliet wrote:
Going back to the discussion we had a while ago about moving to
Tumbleweed in openSUSE 12.1.
After a little bit of thinking* I concluded that of course all (new)
tumbleweed users need to move over to this setup of using the
'current' instead of the 12.1 repositories. So I changed the
Tumbleweed page to reflect this:
And also: http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Change_from_12.1_to_Tumbleweed
It makes the text a bit complicated. And I suck at un-complicating it,
I suppose, help is welcome.
But there is another matter I'm sure some of you object to much more
strongly: I use a self-made one-click-install file for adding
Tumbleweed**. I dunno if OCI can remove repo's but at least I can add
the right ones... However. I have no idea where to host the file. So
for now I put it on my *anathema* public dropbox...
It's not bad, I had it hosted on kernel.org
for a long time before that
site went down :)
Yes, horrible, I know. I'm however sure our
sysadmins can find a much
better spot for this one-click install. And maybe also for the
one-click-install for ownCloud, if we have one that works better?!?
I just decided to go ahead, make the OCI and put it somewhere to have
at least an improvement over the current situation ;-)
I would love to be able to figure out how to add a file like this to the
wiki to be hosted within it, anyone know how to do this?
** Credit to Greg KH who made it, I just added the
'current' repo's to it too
Nice, glad to see you added this, but doesn't this also mean you need to
disable the 12.1 repos as well?
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