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10 things to do after installing openSUSE 12.3

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openSUSE 12.3 was released last week and it continues to keep the desktop what it should be – a powerful 'computer'. openSUSE is while known for its professional design and polish there are certain things that you may want to do to get the best of of this great open source operating system.

Here is a list of top 10 things I did after installing openSSUSE 12.3.

#1 Resolve Network Issues

Many users are reporting problems with network issues after reboot. Let’s say you installed using the network method via protected WiFi. Everything works fine until you boot into the new install. The release notes come in handy in resolving the issue. Open YAST 2, click Support, then click release notes and go straight to section 4.1.

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