On Tue, Jan 04, 2011 at 01:00:07AM +0200, Angelos Tzotsos wrote:
On 01/03/2011 08:18 PM, Holger Hetterich wrote:
Am Montag, den 03.01.2011, 19:54 +0200 schrieb Angelos Tzotsos:
I had an 11.3 setup in a virtual machine and tried moving to Tumbleweed. After zypper dup, the vm is not booting.
What means the VM is not booting? What exactly is happening? Does the kernel try to load?
The kernel is booting but the virtual-box additions fail I installed a text-based system and it works ok under virtual box.
Does a 11.3 system with just the kernel updated from Kernel:stable also have the same issues?
I don't use virtual-box at all, (and after reading the source, I wouldn't recommend anyone else...) so I can't offer much help here, sorry.
I do test Tumbleweed right now in some hyper-v guest instances, and on real x86-64 and i386 hardware with no problems so far with it.
I am wondering if I should have removed all repositories of 11.3 before I did that....
I guess not, because basically tumbleweed is just adding newer versions of those in 11.3, or new packages.
What about the 11.3 updates? Are they needed?
At this point in time, yes.
What happens when 11.4 is released?
Hopefully we will have that figured out by then :)