Ran openSUSE Tumbleweed KDE 64Bit for over a year…
(it’s a “Rolling Release” like Manjaro)
For the most part it’s been great, but recently my OS has been showing severe issues,
and the openSUSE forums people are not very helpful.
I looked at Manjaro a few years ago and it was a mess…
I’m taking another look at Manjaro now in a VirtualBox Virtual Machine.
I need an install once/update forever Linux OS that is stable.
The issue I have now with openSUSE Tumbleweed KDE 64Bit is:
Every night when I am sleeping the computer’s RAM fills up and I wake to a crashed desktop?
(frozen and hard reset is necessary)
I don’t know if that is a problem with openSUSE or KDE, perhaps someone can comment?
I’ll play around with Manjaro KDE and xfce in a VM for a day or two and then will make a decision.
Can someone respond to my forum post with some advice?