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Hi guys Please let me know this kindly: I want to install opensuse , when i go to their website i see few options: 1. Download with DVD and supported ...
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    Opensuse download help from its website.


    Hi guys

    Please let me know this kindly:

    I want to install opensuse , when i go to their website i see few options:
    1. Download with DVD and supported upgrades.
    2. KDE live cd can be used for installation but no upgrades.Size arround more than 600MB.
    Now Q. is that i want to install KDE but confused if i download live CD KDE version for installation can i install opensus on my system and after installing it from Live CD can i upgrade it with internet connection or its 100% neccesary that for proper upgrade i just have to install opensuse by DVD 4.7GB.

    Actually DVD size is very big i already downloaded but i think its crashy download and now its not opening installer. So i wana download by smaller size.

    Thanks.

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    KDE LiveCD is for fresh installation only and you can not upgrade earlier installed version using it.
    If you are going for a fresh install then KDE LiveCD is perfect for you. You can install other package and/or upgrade it later on.
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    Thanks for quick reply .

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    Quote Originally Posted by devils casper View Post
    KDE LiveCD is for fresh installation only and you can not upgrade earlier installed version using it.
    If you are going for a fresh install then KDE LiveCD is perfect for you. You can install other package and/or upgrade it later on.
    Thank you for this "you can not upgrade earlier installed version using it. " I had not interpreted the page instructions in this way, but assumed it once installed could not be upgraded.
    Thank you for clarification.

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