On Tue, 2020-09-22 at 20:56 -0400, Doug McGarrett wrote:
I have been bombarded with requests to abandon TW and use Leap. Well, I have installed it on a drive in another computer, and it seems quite familiar, but now I have to populate it with apps that I use and like. The first, of course, is Thunderbird. Is that hiding in some repo that I don't know how to access, or must I find it in the wild and bring it home to roost?
I would agree that Leap is probably better choice for you as well as many of us. It should provide you with more stable experience as well as very good documentation to follow and learn from. Unfortunately - there is no obvious link to excellent Leap documentation from the opensuse.org - so, you will either have to remember it, google it up or follow one of these links to find it. Start Up Guide: https://doc.opensuse.org/documentation/leap/startup/single-html/book.op ensuse.startup/index.html#sec-yast-install-online-repos Chapter 10 discusses Installing or Removing Software - including how to find software packages and common repositories. When you master it, or when you need help on more advanced topics - you should be able to learn about them in the full documentation: https://doc.opensuse.org/ I find the documentation pretty complete and very helpful. Hope it helps, Tomas -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org To contact the owner, e-mail: email@example.com