On 01/05/2020 00:24, Knurpht-openSUSE wrote:
From what I read - following the list - almost every
one of you is running a
I've modified the list of repositories, added, at the very least, Packman - which
is a 'suggested' change - so I can reliable viw videos, partitioned my disk
further and so altered /etc/fstab. I've altered the Postfixto deal with my
domain, with my ISP and routing and some filtering. I've added accounts to my
Thunderbird settings and my Firefox bookmarks are plentiful. let's not get into
the add-ins/extension for those two Mozilla tools.
Oh, and I've customised my backup processes.
Lets get read, you expect me NOT to do that?.
I may look and sound like an idiot but at least I do backups
This is Linus after all; it is supposed to be mutable.
Not like my camera or many other things I own
How would packagers, realease people ever be able to
deal with that?
Either they don't or 'with perplexity'.
I don't have to move from 15.1 to 15.2 to drown in .rpmnew files where the new
'upgrades' have, for example, dot-conf files, that come into conflict with my
But WTF, I'm lecturing to the choir.
This is why I dread upgrades.
They blow apart my carefully and carefully considered configured system.
No one f.e. will create an openQA test for upgrading a
15.1 install with a 15.2
Indeed. Certainly not a realistic, useable, 15.1 system.
 and yes, Ii know Schroedinger's law of backups applies.
“The condition of any backup is unknown until a restore is attempted.”
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