On September 1st, the openSUSE team released the latest milestone for openSUSE 12.1. This brings the openSUSE 12.1 release closer to replacing standard SysV init with systemd, and closer to GNOME 3.2. Check it out!
Alongside the GNOME version of openSUSE 13.1, the developers of this operating system have also released a KDE flavor. This is the screenshot tour for openSUSE 13.1 KDE. As you would expect, the KDE version of openSUSE 13.1 is based on the same Linux kernel as the GNOME flavor, 3.11. It's one of the latest stable versions available.
Today, November 19, 2013, the openSUSE Project is proud to announce the immediate availability for download of the highly anticipated and evolved openSUSE 13.1 Linux operating system. After eight months of hard work, the development team behind the openSUSE distribution has finalized the new release, which brings lots of improvemen... (read more)
openSUSE 13.1 has been released so it’s time for a review. I’ve always liked openSUSE, I started out with SUSE Linux years ago and it’s always had a special place in my heart. I’m glad it’s still around and doing so well these days. Whenever I install it, I’m reminded of where I got my start with Linux and I’m grateful that it was available back then.
OpenSUSE, a free and Linux-based operating system for PCs, laptops or servers, which you can use to surf the web, manage your e-mails and photos, do office work, and play videos or music, is now at version 12.3 Milestone 0.