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SUSE to support SUSE Studio customized Linux distros

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SUSE Studio is a great online program. It enables pretty much anyone create their own customized Linux distribution without being a Linux kernel engineer. But after you had built it, you were on your own... until now. Starting July 8th, SUSE will support your roll-your-own Linux if it's based on SUSE Linux.

For several years, SUSE Studio has enabled power-users to mix and match open-source programs and then bake them into their own distribution. For example, if you wanted a server using Nginx for its Web server with MariaDB for its backing database management system without any excess programs taking up room, you could have it.

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