The other day one of my friends installed openSUSE 11.1/KDE 4.1.3 on his laptop and afterwards he updated it. He had to download about 1.0 GB of updates. And well, I thought that maybe we could have an update add-on DVD to avoid big updates after fresh installs. This wouldn't be an openSUSE respin or anything like that. People would download openSUSE as usual and then the update add-on DVD et voilà!
I have done some test but weren't a complete success... I made my own update add-on DVD by downloading the folders noarch, i586 and i686 from the update repository, then I used YaST Add-On Creater tool to create the DVD image and I tried it on a fresh install of openSUSE running on VirtualBox. Well, it updated a few packages but not everything, and re-ran it and nothing happened. No updates for me :-(
Any thoughts on this?