... I guess that means I need to find the best way to host @nextcloud somewhere and give that a shot.
So today's experiment with using #GnuCash was a success. I have a much better look at the coming year and the ebbs and flows of our family budget.
Yes! The @opensuse Leap 15 package direct from RStudio works on the latest Tumbleweed snapshot! Boom!
Right now the big stumbling block for me when it comes to @opensuse Tumbleweed and my PhD work is the lack of RStudio. I’m going to try out Leap 15.1 soon to see if that is better and then also take a look at how I may be able to help package RStudio in the future.
First I would need time.
RStudio still won't install successfully on @opensuse Tumbleweed. I am saddened by this.
RStudio is not available in the @opensuse repositories. That makes me pretty sad. The downloads straight from RStudio support Leap 15 ... which is old now. Darn.
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