I have leap running and besides of some minor things it runs very good.
KDE has problems, though. Meanwhile I believe that it is most important
part of KDE philosophy to completely begin from scratch and thus
invoking all the new errors again and again, as soon as a version
reaches some stability. I would almost bet that KDE 5/plasma will be
abandoned as soon as it kind of really works. Looking forward to KDE
Am 26.07.2016 um 15:41 schrieb Antonio Vinicius Menezes Medeiros:
Same problem and same feeling here.
I use openSUSE since 12.2 and I found it incredible because since then I
always upgraded without a problem. Maybe the openSUSE Project is not
facing good times with Leap. I agree that it's not stable and it has
problems that a Linux newbie can't solve. I'm not sure I can recommend
it to people that are interested on start using Linux, as I was doing
with 13.2 and earlier releases. I'm trying to fix its problems on my
computer because I like openSUSE. Recently I gave Ubuntu and Kubuntu a
try, but I gave up on them. I still prefer openSUSE and I'm giving it
one more chance. openSUSE Tumbleweed KDE LiveDVD haven't even showed the
desktop up when I tried it, so I installed Leap again.
On my computer, screen lock is now almost impossible. This error is
common. Also common is Dolphin crashing while moving files. That is very
strange. Bluetooth does not work, but it does not work on Ubuntu too, I
think that's an upstream kernel bug. I successfully installed my printer
only after manually installing hplip from the Printing repo.
I'll try to disable screen locking to see if I can get rid of that problem.
Em 03-04-2016 10:23, Per Jessen escreveu:
> stakanov(a)freenet.de wrote:
>> To tell the truth, everything will depend on what you do. I
>> encountered no problem with email and with the office
>> (actually the 5.0 libre office of Leap is far more efficient than the
>> 4.x of 13.2.
> Efficient in terms of what? Uses less CPU-cycles? :-)
> For me, Leap simply isn't stable. The plasmashell crashes repeatedly on
> my test system. There's no way Leap is in a form that is ready for a
> non-IT person to work on 8-5. Ignoring the crashes - PrtScr doesn't
> work, window switching with Alt-Tab is too slow, thumbnails are missing
> in Dolphin. Those are minor, but very annoying problems.
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