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SuSEbuntu

Published by HD Scania
Based on openSUSE Leap 42.1 64-bit x86

SuSE and its artworks are respective SuSE trademarks, Ubuntu and its artworks are respective Canonical trademarks, I take NO responsibilities to LEGAL actions against you.

SuSEbuntu, a LESS IS MORE openSuSE and Ubuntu compound, with continuity for Fuduntu

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My design philosophies

I aim my SuSEbuntu to be a LESS IS MORE respin from OpenSuSE, Ubuntu, Fuduntu (DISCONTINUED), with the SuSE system tools like zypper, saz3, yast2 and Unity desktop by Ubuntu, but my size to be about (even below) 0.6GiB.

Rolling distributions upgrading guide

READ MORE HERE

Usage:
	zypper [--global-options]  [--command-options] [arguments]
	zypper  [--command-options] [arguments]
Update Management:
	update, up		Update installed packages with newer versions.
	list-updates, lu	List available updates.
	patch			Install needed patches.
	list-patches, lp	List needed patches.
	dist-upgrade, dup	Perform a distribution upgrade.
	patch-check, pchk	Check for patches.
  Global Options:
	--help, -h		Help.
	--version, -V		Output the version number.
	--promptids		Output a list of zypper's user prompts.
	--config, -c 	Use specified config file instead of the default.
	--userdata 	User defined transaction id used in history and plugins.
	--quiet, -q		Suppress normal output, print only error messages.
	--verbose, -v		Increase verbosity.
	--color
	--no-color		Whether to use colors in output if tty supports it.
	--no-abbrev, -A		Do not abbreviate text in tables.
	--table-style, -s	Table style (integer).
	--non-interactive, -n	Do not ask anything, use default answers automatically.
	--non-interactive-include-reboot-patches
				Do not treat patches as interactive, which have the rebootSuggested-flag set.
	--xmlout, -x		Switch to XML output.
	--ignore-unknown, -i	Ignore unknown packages.
	--reposd-dir, -D 	Use alternative repository definition file
				directory.
	--cache-dir, -C 	Use alternative directory for all caches.
	--raw-cache-dir 	Use alternative raw meta-data cache directory.
	--solv-cache-dir 	Use alternative solv file cache directory.
	--pkg-cache-dir 	Use alternative package cache directory.

With upgrading few programs under a rolling system, there will be few chances which you are about to break your system, unless you upgrade afterwards the whole system,

# zypper dup -n

If you need to act a rolling system to be an LTS (long-term supported) distribtion, you just install the new programs, but DON’T upgrade the current ones unless to ALSO UPGRADE THE WHOLE SYSTEM.

Q: What are your differences with OpenSuSE, Ubuntu, finally Fuduntu (DISCONTINUED), and what is special?

OpenSuSE

My only desktop is Unity by Ubuntu to be matched to my title and philosophy but OpenSuSE defaults GNOME (or KDE) as its desktop.

Ubuntu

I am just to spin Unity GUI by Ubuntu which I am still OpenSuSE derived hence zypper and .rpm as my system aspect, but Ubuntu itself is aptitude and .deb derived, due to OpenSuSE and Ubuntu as INDEPENDENT projects to any others.

Fuduntu

They were the remix of Fedora and Ubuntu but I am OpenSuSE and Ubuntu, with my zypper instead of their dnf, although both of us are for .rpm packages.

What are special?

SuSEbuntu is succeeding Fuduntu as an .rpm and Ubuntu respin project and BRAND-NEW in 2017.

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Keyboard: english-us
Time zone: Asia/Taipei
Language: en_GB.UTF-8
Network: disabled
Firewall: enabled

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