The cheap package for SLED on the store says that it only gets updates through the Customer Center. Does that mean that I don't get repository access??
Also, half of the desktop stuff is in the workstation repository. Do you have to buy a license for that as well to effectively use my desktop?
Finally, what the heck is the high performance package? I've got a relatively high end laptop, but no idea what that package is intended for. I guess if it costs an extra pile of money, I don't need it.
Oh, wait just thought of two more questions. If I'm doing fine with 15.1 / OpenSUSE, is there any point to switching to 15.2? Usually, upgrading just creates more bugs. I need to actually be productive, not spend a month and a half on setup.
For that matter, is there any compelling reason to BUY another 15.1 year, or should I just stick with me 15.1 / OpenSUSE install? I mean, if there's no development being done on 15.1 anymore, then there's probably not much point in buying another 1 year license, right?
Thanks so much for any insight!
P.S. WHY in the HELL can't I find a way to contact the sales department with these questions?? (Of course, I'm not sure if I want to ask a salesman if I need to buy his/her product. )