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MicroOS_features->update->description ### Transactional Updates

#### Unique
By using btrfs with snapshots MicroOS uses a very space
efficient way to store the file system's history. All the configuration
files in `/etc` are part of the snapshot and the rollback.

#### Flexible
* No new package format is needed, use standard openSUSE RPMs
* No size limitation, neither for partitions nor the operating system
* Easy to enhance
software_p1 Between us, having to go through every website to get all the
software you might need is a lot of work. The online software center
makes this way easier, by incorporating software from a plethora of
sources in one place.
requirements_cpu CPU
checksum Checksum
offline_desc Contains a large collection of software for desktop or server use.
Suitable for installation or upgrade.
network_desc Downloads the installation system and all packages from online
repositories. Suitable for installation or upgrade.
chrome_warning Due to $change_in_policy in Google Chrome and Chromium, downloading images by clicking the
download buttons is currently broken. To circumvent this issue, right click the download
button and click "Save link as..." to save the image. The reason for this bug is tracked in
$bug on GitHub, please let the maintainers know this affects you.
desktop_tumbleweed_p1 For Developers, openSUSE Contributors, Gamers and Linux/FOSS Enthusiasts
server_tumbleweed_p1 For Developers, openSUSE Contributors, Gamers and Linux/FOSS Enthusiasts
points_transparent_p1 From start to finish, every package which goes into the distributions
has all of its sources and build scripts openly visible for everyone
to see. Doubtful of a source? Just check it out on the build service.
gnome_cd GNOME LiveCD
leap_switch_p1 If you’re already running openSUSE you can upgrade by booting from the
DVD/USB and choosing upgrade, or carry out an ‘Online Upgrade’ in a few
commands.
tw_switch_p1 If you’re already running openSUSE you can upgrade by booting from the
DVD/USB and choosing upgrade, or carry out an ‘Online Upgrade’ in a few
commands.
zypper_p1 It's quick and easy to learn. Provides zypper-apt, a compatibilty
layer for usage with apt and apt-get commands. It's based on libsolv,
which guarantees both speed and reproducable resolving of
dependencies. The interface is clear and appropriately coloured, for
ease of reading. It's perfect, what else could be said?
jeos_images JeOS
kde_cd KDE LiveCD
verify_download_p1 Many applications can verify the checksum of a download. To verify
your download can be important as it verifies you really have got the
ISO file you wanted to download and not some broken version.
requirements_mem Memory
metalink Metalink
requirements_net Network