??So… One of the things I did this weekend was spend a little time with OpenSuse 42, at the behest of some Suse reps I spoke with at work on Friday…:
I do want to say that once it’s going it really does look good. However, these guys and other Linux distributions in general REALLY need to spend some quality time installing other distributions so they can see what those distros get right (during the install) and what they, themselves, do not. Some problems that I encountered were networking not set up properly to work with network manager for gnome unless you set networking up during the installation (regardless of whether or not you use it) and having some phantom broken hdd repo automatically installed which prevents all/any updates and no good information I can easily find on what repos *should* be set up for this distro by default.