ALP minimal arch baselevel will be x86_64-2
26. Sep 2022 | Lubos Kocman | CC-BY-SA-3.0
There is big news brewing! SUSE has reconsidered setting the minimum architecture baseline for ALP from the originally announced x86_64-v3 to x86_64-v2.
SUSE is currently looking into providing support for x86_64-v3 and perhaps even v4 through hwcaps functionality, just as it is currently being handled on other non-intel architectures.
Dimstar already announced that openSUSE Factory will lead the way and set the minimum architecture level for Intel to x86_64-v2 in upcoming weeks.
Those who have older hardware than x86_64-v2 can still install the 32bit Intel variant of openSUSE Tumbleweed. We have you covered!
Original discussion with proposal to change minimal architecture baselevel in Factory can be found here 20220728.
Categories: Announcements openSUSE Tumbleweed
Tags: openSUSE Linux rolling release ALP Adaptable Linux Platform