What about porting YaST2?

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What about porting YaST2?

Post by teom » Tue Feb 20, 2007 13:14

Just a half-idea that crossed my mind a while ago...
Could it be possible to port YaST2 to SabayonLinux, at least SaX2 and the networking modules? I have no idea how tightly is it integrated with SuSE but I know all the modules are more or less independent from each other.

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Post by terlmann » Tue Feb 20, 2007 15:31

I hate Suse. :evil:
That doesn't mean I havn't used it, but i did and despised myself.
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Post by ajez » Tue Feb 20, 2007 15:39

question made million of times.. we are working on something made from us :)
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Post by teo » Tue Feb 20, 2007 23:28

ajez wrote:question made million of times.. we are working on something made from us :)

Sorry for the 1000001st time... As soon as I learn some Qt I would like to (try to) contribute somehow.

And I really like SuSE. I use Sabayon on my main desktop and laptop because I want total control and I love the gentoo foundation but to someone that wants some things to just work and doesn't care about eye candy I would still consider recommending SuSE.

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Post by Goatee » Wed Feb 21, 2007 8:03

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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Post by R3MF » Wed Feb 21, 2007 19:37

teo wrote:
ajez wrote:question made million of times.. we are working on something made from us :)

Sorry for the 1000001st time... As soon as I learn some Qt I would like to (try to) contribute somehow.

And I really like SuSE. I use Sabayon on my main desktop and laptop because I want total control and I love the gentoo foundation but to someone that wants some things to just work and doesn't care about eye candy I would still consider recommending SuSE.


agreed.

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Post by Goatee » Thu Feb 22, 2007 7:40

i wouldn't, yum never worked for me and installing software was a pain beyond pain

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Post by teo » Fri Feb 23, 2007 16:32

Goatee wrote:i wouldn't, yum never worked for me and installing software was a pain beyond pain

I don't know anyone who really uses YUM on SuSE. On SuSE the way to go is smart on 10.1 or 10.2 or YaST2 on 10.2. And you have to admit that waiting for wine or KDE to compile on Sabayon isn't really a pleasurable experience either.

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Post by Goatee » Fri Feb 23, 2007 17:08

enter entropy!

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Post by Jesterhead » Fri Feb 23, 2007 20:27

Shut up with the entropy thing, if you want to prove that you are know more than others, share your wisdom, and dont run around like a small boy and "haha, i know something you dont".

Damnit.

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