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Upgrading openSUSE to Linux 3.0

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h-online.com: On 21 July, Linux kernel 3.0 was released by Linus Torvalds, bringing some new features. This tutorial explains how to install this kernel on your stable openSUSE 11.4 installation, replacing your current 2.6.37 kernel.

openSUSE Weekly News

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  • openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 191 is out
  • Join the Drone On! contest
  • OpenSUSE 12.1 Milestone 5 Comes with Experimental GNOME 3.1.5
  • OpenSUSE 12.1 drops Sun/Oracle Java

SUSE Loses Another Former RadeonHD Developer

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phoronix.com: Matthias Hopf, a SUSE developer working on the X11 stack for the past seven years and one of the original xf86-video-radeonhd driver developers, has left the company.

openSUSE 12.1 milestone 5 ready

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opensuse.org: openSUSE 12.1′s next milestone 5 is now ready for download. There’s a lot of interesting updates to the 12.1 release and some cool new technologies including GNOME 3 and SystemD.

Court rules against Utah’s SCO over Unix copyrights

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Legal

sltrib.com: A federal appeals court has upheld a jury verdict and a lower court ruling in a trial that found Novell Inc. — not The SCO Group — owned the copyrights to the Unix computer software operating system before 1995.

Has Microsoft's Patent Deal with Novell Hurt Red Hat?

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datamation.com: In November of 2006, Microsoft entered into a patent covenant and interoperability deal with Novell. In 2011, Microsoft has renewed and extended that deal to SUSE Linux, which was spun off from Novell as part of Attachmate's $2.2 billion acquisition of the company.

openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 189 is out

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'We Don't Get the Credit We Deserve'

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serverwatch.com: 2011 has been a big year for SUSE Linux. Novell, which had been the parent of SUSE, was acquired by Attachmate $2.2 billion dollar deal, and SUSE was spun out as a separate business unit.

Microsoft, world’s broadest supporter of Linux

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blogs.the451group: In writing recently about the continuation (451 subscribers) of the Microsoft-SUSE Windows-Linux interoperability and patent agreement, it occurred to me that in a sense, Microsoft is the broadest supporter of Linux in the industry.

The openSUSE Conference Program and Keynote Speakers

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news.opensuse.org: With our conference, osc11, fast approaching the excitement is building all over the project.

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