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Re: [opensuse] Tumbleweed question
Our current openSUSE OEM build is 13.1. But I know that will be EOL at
some point. We have some older systems that will be updated this
winter.

As to sending disks: we sometimes do this. The trick is that some
systems have unusual hardware setups. Testing the new install is good
thing. It really depends on the skills we feel the customer has and
the effort they want to spend. Our own systems are always properly
maintained ;)

Our current idea is to determine exactly which system config files we
should copy. Then do an install, and replace these files. Over the
years, we have noticed that the files we change seem to be rather
stable.

On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 5:11 PM, jdd <jdd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Le 08/01/2015 16:57, Roger Oberholtzer a écrit :

Also, we would like non-Linux-expert customers in other countries to
be able to do this with their systems. So we are looking at our
options.


my guess: if the system is not connected to the net, never updete it...

if not, make a system update yourself (in your home) and send it as ssd
copy, small ssd are cheap, very fast and easy to post (light)

jdd


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