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Gertjan Lettink (Knurpht)
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Walking through #Nürnberg at #oSC16 during the European Football Championships was übercool
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Swapnil Bhartiya

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Absolutely breaking: The announcement comes on the heels of the @openSUSE Conference, where the growth was a key topic of discussion. +Richard Brown 
The announcement comes on the heels of the openSUSE Conference, where the growth was a key topic of discussion.
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Michele Borrini

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Good afternoon everybody, I'm using opensuse for 3 or 4 weeks and my desktop enviropment is gnome. The os is very simple and stable. To simplify the use when I'm working I installed xfce4-panel. when I create a menu folder or a drawer there are no icons but only the name of the folder or file. In ubuntu I used ubuntu tweak tools and I actived "show icons in the menu". Thank you very much
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Thank you, I already check but maybe I don't find the right option. 
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X. LI

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How much impact would it cause to opensuse? Is it any good or bad?
 
When Canonical Software, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, announced that developers from other distributions were working on Snappy packages, the media pumped a minor announcement into a major story.

The headlines alone tell the story: "Snap! Ubuntu 16.04 Just Made Installing New Apps MUCH Easier;" "Goodbye apt and yum? Ubuntu’s snap apps are coming to distros everywhere;" "Snap Packages Become Universal Binary Format for All GNU/Linux Distributions;" and "Ubuntu bids to eliminate Linux fragmentation by making Snap packages available to all."

If this story were true, the headlines would have been announcing the most important news in Linux for several years. However, like much that seems too good to be true, the news was.
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M Arcelo

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+M Arcelo your'e welcome✌
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Jorge Luis Pacheco

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I share a theme for Plasma 5, which is performed based on a Breeze

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=176166
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you have to disable background contrast and blur windows on page configurations effects
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Any openSUSE community member, enthusiast who lives in the Washington DC area? I have Dell XPS 13 (2016) and I want to optimize openSUSE for it. Would love to meet-up and spend some time in discussing and playing with openSUSE on Dell XPS?

I recently reviewed the hardware for CIO...so go check it out and let me know if you are in the area.
Standout hardware, but how good is it in real life for a Linux user? We tested 8 different Linux distributions.
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Is there a Linux LoCo group in the DC area?  Sounds like you have some people to start one with if there isn't already a group.
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Péter Kis

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Hi! Is there a system wide sound equalizer in Leap 42.1? 
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+Péter Kis Use pavucontrol to control the pulse audio outputs, the equalizer works here as expected. 
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André Verwijs

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now that mysql-workbench on TW is broken, I use this one... "DBeaver" uses Eclipse GUI.
its free, easy to use and a good alternative. Can be used for all popular databases (mysql, postgresql, etc.)
(see image 2) -- get it here: http://dbeaver.jkiss.org/

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Perfect..!!! :) see image: https://goo.gl/EBtvfX
THANK YOU..!! 
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Steven Hess

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My dup to the latest Tumbleweed #20160605 has left three boxes pretty much useless. No browser at all works on one. Audio was broken on all three. Trying to shut down or reboot takes you out the the graphical log in.
Plasma is VERY touchy. It crashes on box #1 but the message is not displayed in the warning box it's just blank.
Have to ctril-alt-f1 and shutdown as root.
Just a heads up. You might want to hold off the dup for a few days.
I'm posting this from a Mac as no browser works at all on my main desktop machine.

No I do not use brtfs. After it trashed two installs I went back to ext4 so no rolling back for me.
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+Steven Hess
It was pure #OPENsource serendipity to stumble across your 'fix' you kindly shared above hero.. I lost network, sound, and more ghosts in my Viao upon 'dup'ing up to 20160605 similar to the OP.

After reading your comment here, and thinking that could come in handy for me too, I trapped it in bash_history in root +yakuake tab and sent some geek karma your way when I was also forced to run it and reboot..

Thanks again for #SHARINGitFORWARD boss!
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Raymond Wooninck
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Thanks to Fabian Vogt, the Krypton and Argon images were updated and now there is a single Krypton image for both Wayland and X11 sessions.
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Hello to all .... I've just installed open suse 42.1 .... but what about the huge amount of updates .... can I install only the latest??
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Thank you all 
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Javier Tillero

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My Opensuse Tumbleweed
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nice.
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Viktor Pankraz

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I tried to install Tumbleweed yesterday on bare metal with UEFI. But Grub install failed with "unknown option --no-nvram" or something like that. Installation continues but it's not bootable obviously. Does anyone know this problem or even better a solution?

I know I could install Leap and then switch to Tumbleweed. But other suggestions are welcome.
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+Muhammad Bellil It's 3.20, the latest stable version, just like you would expect from a rolling release distro.
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Raymond Wooninck
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For users of #openSUSE  Unstable repositories: the packages are now built against Qt 5.7, hence, please switch your Qt repo to KDE:Qt57. Do a series of full upgrades and at the bare minimum logout and ensure no stray processes are running, or reboot.

PIM is particularly picky about the update being run live, so you may experience issues with Akonadi unless you log out and get rid of stray processes, or reboot.
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Raymond Wooninck
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And now the Plasma 5.7 beta from #KDE  will be available for openSUSE Tumbleweed from tomorrow morning. Point your installers to the KDE:Frameworks5 repository and start testing (you will file bugs, won't you?)

P.S.: If you use the openSUSE branding, in some places you may get the upstream branding instead. We're aware of it.
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Yuri Shishenko

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It looks like Snapper does not creates snapshots of subvolumes inside the target subvolume (cross-subvolume snapshots).
I have some directories (such as /var) as snapshots. Snapper makes snapshots of / but skips them.
Is possible to fix this problem?
I'm using openSUSE Tumbleweed.
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you dont want that..if you had /var included in your snapshot, you'd include var lib..and that wouldn't be good if you wanted to go back and check the logs about what you did..
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Krister Hallergard

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Disk 0 on Windows becomes Device sdb on Linux and Device sda on Linux becomes Disk 1 on Windows. How control this?
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Solution is to use UUID for all partitions to be mounted in /etc/fstab not just the distro to be booted http://goo.gl/TfDrGU
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Rafi X

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Since 2 days I have problem with update NVidia repository in openSUSE 42.1.

Look at the image, I'll translate this message:
Cannot save changes in configuration
Repository:
Details:
NVidia: [NVidia] http://...
History:
- ABORT Request...
- Can't provide /repodata/repomd.xml
Try again?

File repomd.xml are available, but you see in content in last secion this entry:
<location href="repodata/712c24d30131af68919b910fb81dd274082c9475d1460f4abc4e38d4b0821164-primary.xml.gz"/>

It points to file, which not exists:
http://http.download.nvidia.com/opensuse/leap/42.1/repodata/

This is NVidia bug? Or I'm thinking wrong?

#nvidia #leap #opensuse #bug #driver
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In the future you are welcome to join us on http://forums.opensuse.org

This is where we hang out, interact and help other openSUSE users.
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Bruno Miguel

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How can I see if my GPU (Intel onboard) is using DRI2 or DRI3? /var/log/Xorg.0.log is no help; glxinfo -v also a bust.

/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-intel.conf is as follow:
Section "Device"
Identifier "Intel Graphics"
Driver "intel"
Option "AccelMethod" "sna"
Option "DRI" "3"
EndSection

In theory, it should be using DRI3 (DRI3 related packages are installed), but I can't confirm. Can anyone point to me to a solution? Thanks.
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