I installed Xen with this manual
After reboot my network interfaces doesn't work.
Is there a manual available howto configurate the xen bridge?
Can this be done by YaST?
I would like to start a discussion on the general structure of the
wiki (including the side and top navigation bars).
I guess the first thing is to get the view of the openSUSE core team,
as they probably have some plans already in terms of general site
navigation etc. and how the different laguage wikis will integrate.
Everything contributed to the wiki at the moment is reached through
the Documentation page, this to me is simply wrong. I don't think that
the project pages, wishlists etc are documentation in that sense. I
propose that we have either a "wiki" link or perhaps a "Community"
Link on the side navigation, probably replacing the How to Participate
I have more ideas, and areas to cover, especially on the the User
Documentation page - we need to discuss and reach a consensus on what
the links and layout should be.
Although I'll let the people on the list (if there are any yet :-)
enter into the discussion first.
On 17/08/05, Adrian Schroeter <adrian(a)suse.de> wrote:
> But I do agree that the Copyright assignment is not needed here and only
> causes confusions (as far as I know it has anyway no effect in various
> countries, due to the local law). I am in contact currently with our legal
> team to find a solution here.
> I will tell you any outcome of this discussion, but it might take some time.
And some time passed, and the news was good :-)
Excellent news Adrian and thank you for your update on my wiki page:
I know this is not exactly the right place to ask this question, but
among the available mailing-lists it is the closest to the subject.
OpenSuSE mailing-list are managed by ezmlm. This is a strange choice
1. There is no ezmlm RPM package in OpenSuSE. It is a bit odd that a
distribution uses a software on its servers that it does not even
2. Mailman has many more features and has a RPM package in OpenSuSE.
Why then ezmlm?!
I noticed that the roadmap has been updated that opensuse is about to
release language wikis in french, german, spanish, and we were told
earlier that this would be like the Wikipedia way of doing it.
This implies that each language has its own Wiki database, and
interwiki linking will be supported.
I know that time will tell, but is the Image: and User: namespace
shared across the different language wikis? Otherwise wiki users home
pages will belong to one specific language, and all images will need
to be uploaded for each langauage.
I am just stumbling on the point if it is possible somehow to upload
multiple images at once instead of doing them one by one?
Right now I am working on some FAQs and HOWTOs with many images and to
now I upload them to my own Webspace and link them directly in the
I think that this would be a very useful feature for documentation
contributors like me.
bis dahin/kind regards
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