Has anyone been successful in getting mu as a back-end for okular? I appear to be missing an okular library on Tumbleweed.

Dear Friends,
I just finished upgrading to Leap 15. Here is what happened:
1. I inserted the Leap 15 DVD and did the upgrade without internet connection, but things were not working correctly. Mainly, I was not able to get online.
2. Tried again with internet connection. Success!
3. Beware: the download was almost 3GB!
4. So, if you have poor internet connection like I do, it will take quite a while.
5. I was thinking: wow, the DVD is only 3.6GB. Gee, that means smaller, faster, more efficient: no.
Summary: I really like the new Leap 15, but was disappointed that I had to download another 3GB.
You all have a great day!
Dave

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If you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve certainly noticed that SaltStack is one of the hot topics within openSUSE and SUSE. It is used in many of the major openSUSE projects like DeepSea for managing and automating Ceph deployments, in Kubic to provision Kubernetes cluster or the newly announced Spacewalk fork Uyuni project to manage your whole IT infrastructure. Therefore I think it’s time to take a closer look at how SaltStack itself is being packaged and shipped and how you might collaborate…

Hi all,

I installed past weekend openSUSE Leap 15 on my Thinkpad Edge E330 (3. gen i5, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD). It runs very good. Though there is one thing, which is annoying: every time I take my finger of the touchpad, the cursors jumps away from it's position. I'm talking about a few millimeters, it is not much, but I did not experience this behaviour o Leap 42.3 on same machine. I tried increasing and reducing the speed of the mouse and touchpad in the settings, but it did not help. Any ideas why thus is happening and how can I get it fixed?

Thanks
Cristian

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Post video interview selfies at OpenStack Summit. Great stories coming from CERN, Adobe, Red Hat, Suse and more...
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Greetings all, I have a question.....

Does anyone know of a way to PREVENT openSuSE from "downgrading" the LibreOffice suite?....I'm looking at it and I cannot BELIEVE its THIS ugly? A few days ago, I had removed the version that came with openSuSE, and installed the latest version, and it looked great! Then?....yesterday I had pending updates, and it seems after the updates the operating system removed the latest version of LibreOffice and re-installed the version it came with!? Is there ANY way to prevent this from taking place EVERY-TIME I have updates??(because this happened before way back when I was using 13.2 as well.....seems this is something the devs WANT to happen?...)HELLLPPP!!!????
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