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Notes on openSuSE 12.2 (prerelease)

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If you were following the milestones of the openSuSE 12.2 development, you might have noticed a while back that the daily build ISO became unbootable for quite a while. It has recently been repaired (the problem was that the boot filesystem was getting full, so it couldn't create the files it needed while booting). So, now that the Beta 1 release is available, I am once again happily trying it on various systems.

Here are a few random notes I have made about it, some specific to this prerelease, and some of a more general or long-standing nature.

- I have had a problem with WiFi not connecting automatically to my home network.

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