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On Sunday, 2019-11-10 at 10:33 -0000, Cy O'Hara wrote:
Being a recent attendee to this “forum", makes it hard for me to follow all that is available to understand and follow.
Additionally, I am often reluctant to jump in with my penny worth.
My original step into your world was because I tried several times to get into openSUSE, but failed on each occasion.
My hardware comprises a MacBook air and my still serviceable, 32 bit Inspiron 6400 Dell, and yet they all still remain empty of the world of openSUSE. Even a secure email platform would be something. Do I walk away from this, or is there a door in?
The way Leap is done, it is impossible to support 32 bits.
Leap does not derive from Factory, it derives from the commercial distro, SLES. And the commercial distro decided not not produce a 32 bit kernel, so we are stuck without it.
However, Factory does have a 32 bit. And yes, SLES derives from factory.
But this is not what this thread is about, may be offtopic.
- -- Cheers, Carlos E. R. (from openSUSE 15.1 x86_64 at Telcontar)