…actually, one change only, as far as I’ve discovered. The openSUSE guys decided to drop SCPM from 11.3. “Instead” there is network manager. Whoever made that decision has no idea at all about what scpm is, and what you can do with it… To make it short, NetworkManager does exactly that… it manages network connections, after the user has logged Continue reading openSUSE 11.3… some of the changes are for the worse.
Just after we came back from our summer vacation I started upgrading a few computers to openSUSE 11.3, and I have to say, I found that to be pleasantly painless. When I did that with 11.2, I found some major pains, but in 11.3, the "zypper dup" upgrade is officially supported, and "just works". So far I’ve done four machines, Continue reading openSUSE 11.3 … I am impressed.