On 2 September 2016 at 12:54, Aleksa Sarai <asarai(a)suse.de> wrote:
As far as I'm aware, we don't seem to have a DVD with the contents of the
openSUSE:Leap:xx.y project as a downloadable option. In other words, there
isn't a nice way for someone to install any extra packages available for
openSUSE Leap without having an internet connection.
Is there any chance we can enable this (should I submit a FATE request)?
AFAICS, SLE does have this option, so OBS already has the required features
to produce DVD images like that. As with SLE, we'd only need to ship the
contents of openSUSE:Leap:xx.y (not :Update). Was this already discussed
before and decided against?
SLES or SLED, even when you include modules and addons like the SDK,
is significant smaller in terms of package count and GB in repos than
openSUSE Leap or Tumbleweed
There is a significant effort in building DVDs in order to offer everything
SLE does *NOT* offer all of SLE on DVD - Modules for example only
I have no objection to someone putting in the work for openSUSE, but
it's a lot of work, I'll wish them well, hope it doesn't drive them
crazy, and wonder if they could spend their time doing something more
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