Updated Waldorf images are available now.A good few months have passed since the initial Waldorf images were made available and during this time I received lots and lots of comments, suggests and bug reports.
Updated Waldorf images are available now.The new images should be considered a reissue of the previous builds, built to correct a bug in the install process which rendered partman unable to create a working filesystem table.Normally, I prefer to give each set of development builds a fairly lengthy trial before updating them, but in this case, I considered the bug important enough to warrant a quic
I'm interested in testing waldorf, but I'm curious about the upgrade process for the stable version of waldorf. when the stable version of waldorf is released will I have to renew my image or can I keep everything up to date with my package manager?
Some time ago I raised the problem of some little-known or even extinct distros being listed on the main page, while some well-known ones (e.g. in the Distrowatch top 10) were listed in the "other" section.
A similar problem is that openSUSE (6th at Distrowatch) is treated as "other" while SUSE on the main page is intended only for SUSE Enterprise Linux (76th).