I have fully format SSD before i upgrade openmandriva, from diskmanger from windows 10.
So its not that issue i get because of browser.
I do know that Zen users can use x86_64 or znver1 ISO’s. But those of us with Intel or other non-Zen CPU’s need to stick to the x86_64 ISO only.
Did you have test it? Its works nice with wmvare player\virtualbox so i think its possible to use with intel CPU, may give some issue but i did not think computer will give kernel panic. I dont have later than sandybridge\ivybrige other than laptop. AMD is low cost cpu and support more upgrade than intel, so i did not know why peaple buy intel from low cost contry.
But back to topic i need information about Rock and cooker, why can i add repo to get more packages? Because i did not know that i need creative a lot of post i want to test KDE\gnome\XFCE\mate and nvidia drivers, but did not find how to add it from rock repo? So i hope someone can help me how i go back to old times i tested beta version of openmandriva?
Because its take long time of set up openmandriva after installation.
I hope this is last time i need to completly reinstall operatingsystem, so if that charges repo its more easy or what did you think?
Still i get issue with m.2 PCI-E SSD drives, is its way to check drives from ubuntu? Or its it harder if fedora 30 did not support PCI-E SSD?