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SSBox Tweed-Ed LXQT Lite

Published by SystemServers
Based on openSUSE Leap 42.1 64-bit x86

SSBox Tweed-Ed LXQT Lite Desktop based on Tumbleweed and Education Tumbleweed, use on Desktop or Laptop, or as Web, File or VM server. With minimal LXQT desktop and Yast components installed, it’s ready for you to customize with your favorite applications. KVM/libvirt/virt-manager, samba, nfs,netatalk preinstalled.

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USB Stick / Hard Disk Image

Dump this format on your USB stick or hard disk and boot from it. You may need to instruct the machine’s BIOS to boot from an external source if you’re usign a USB stick. Write the disk image using either `dd` or image writing software on your OS.

Live CD / DVD (.iso)

Use this format if you want to burn your appliance on CD or DVD. This is the easiest way to prepare bootable media. Simply download the .iso file and burn it to disk via any existing OS.

Preload ISO (.iso)

This is an ideal format if you are planning to perform installations on physical machines. Your appliance’s disk image will be wrapped in a simple bootable installer that asks only which hard disk to install to, and packaged for use on optical media.

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SUSE Cloud / OpenStack / KVM (.qcow2)

If you plan to use SUSE Cloud services to host your server, this format will properly configure the appliance for you to do so. Use WebHooks to inform your cloud of a new image, and upload it automatically.

Release notes

disk image dd to physical drive and run in vm tested.
tweaks and customizations not completed.
yast partitioner modify fstab options to mount by uuid (fstab mount lines use uuid, not device), and yast bootloader edit kernel line to “root=/dev/disk/by-uuid/(root part uuid) resume=/dev/disk/by-uuid/(swap part uuid)”..
do “ls-l /dev/disk/by-uuid” or review yast partitioner summary for uuid info.
doing “dracut -f” will immediately update initrd to reflect new fstab entries and devices prior to reboot.

FOUND THE PROBLEM, studio kiwi profile, will fix soon

Technical Details

Appliance configuration

Basic settings

Keyboard: english-us
Time zone: America/Los_Angeles
Language: en_US.UTF-8
Network: network_manager
Firewall: enabled

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