Am 23.08.2018 um 18:37 schrieb Axel Braun:
Am Donnerstag, 23. August 2018, 16:55:01 CEST schrieb
For days I have been trying to find certain
software packages via the
, but I keep getting the following
error message: failed to allocate memory.
did you try directly on
I didn't know this website. Thanks for the tip. It helps
Also the status page of OpenSuse is anything but
good. Many services
have not been updated since 2017.
What 'services' are you talking about?
I just received a mail announcing the
latest Tumbleweed snapshot...so the 'servicesÄ are running well IMHO.
Please look at the screenshot:
If you mouse-over the green text, you will get this information like a
tooltip. Maybe I misread the message. But for me it seems that the
status message was last updated at the time shown.
Why doesn't anyone care about the website? I
installed Leap 15 and need
some packages and wanted to see where I could find them. I can't get my
computer running for days!
You cant boot your computer and 'get it
running' because software.opensuse.org
has a problem? I dont believe that....
Leap works. I need some packages which are
not in the standard repos,
unfortunately I don't know in which I find them. That's why I used the
OpenSuse software page for searching. You helped me with the tip on the
By the way, here is the proof, I have had this error message for three
days now. Also sometimes the error message 503 appears, that the page is
really upset and I'm thinking about
switching to another Distro.
Better approach would be to ask how you can help.
BTW, I just tried s.o.o , and it worked fine for me!
Thanks for the quick answer. It helped me a lot because I can install
the missing packages and complete the installation.
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