David T-G wrote:
Per (& jdd), et al --
...and then Per Jessen said...
% David T-G wrote:
% > I see both LEAP 42.3 and LEAP 15. Huh? What's the difference?
% One's newer than the other :-)
Well, yeah... And so 42, which is a much higher number, should be the
newest one, right? :-)
I wanted to leave that exercise for the reader :- )
But that's literally the reason for my confusion.
I don't recall how
the numbering works and if they're actually different branches or just
Okay - at some point we moved from version 13.2 to 42.1, it was a
significant change of policy/strategy so we gave it a new number, 42
being to answer to the universe etc. 42.3 was the last on that branch,
we then changed our minds again, and slaved the openSUSE version number
to that of SLES. (my summary, apologies if I've missed something
% Leap15 is the latest.
Thanks (to both). That's where I'll look.
Leap15 is very good. I have it running on our office desktops (though
not all of them), a few real servers, 1 xen host, even more xen
instances, and even two ARM boards. Apart from the ARM boards, no
bleeding edge hardware. 42.3 is also very good, but there is no reason
not to go with Leap15 for something new.
Per Jessen, Zürich (5.9°C)
- virtual servers, made in Switzerland.
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