thinq.co.uk: THINQ cornered Will Stephenson, an OpenSuSE developer working on KDE, at this year's OpenSuSE Developers Conference to find out what's in store for the future of the project.
- From the Developer to the User and back – Announcing Project Bretzn
- openSUSE Cheat Cube
- Henne Vogelsang talks open source ass kicking
- Novell talks up Linux future
- openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 146 is out!
- End of openSUSE-11.1 support (end year 2010)
- Pictures from the openSUSE Conference
lizards.opensuse.org: Before and during the openSUSE conference, some nice people (Jens-Daniel, Jürgen, Darix) created the following site for you: http://rtfm.opensuse.org
lizards.opensuse.org: Recently I was asked to prepare the computer lab for elementary and junior high school in Yogyakarta Province – Indonesia. We select openSUSE Li-f-e as the operating system in every pc.
In the issue 145 you can read: Finalizing who we are…, Jos Poortvliet: Last piece of strategy before the conference, and Petr Mladek: LibreOffice 3.3 beta2 available for openSUSE
linuxuser.co.uk: The official OpenSUSE 11.4 release is due out in March 2011 and there’s at least one very good reason to anticipate its arrival with excitement. Ken Hess explains all…
pwnage.ca: Here we have it folks. After a little bit of distro hopping I found one of my solutions, at least as far as a desktop system goes. openSUSE 11.3 KDE Edition is my choice of distro and 11.4 is going to demolish Fedora’s offering.
lizards.opensuse.org: Systemd is a replacement for SystemV init and in heavy development since the first announcement on April 30th by Lennart Poettering. Thanks to Kay Sievers’ work, we have packages for openSUSE curent Factory stream as well. I gave them a try.
- openSUSE Strategy: the third and fourth part of the trilogy
- strategy, helping SUSE...
- Pcmanfm now add the support to move-able icons on the desktop
news.opensuse.org: Today, Thursday October 7, the openSUSE project announces Milestone 2 of openSUSE 11.4. Milestone 2 (M2) is the second of six periodic development snapshots of openSUSE 11.4 and includes updates to major components across the breadth of the distribution.
news.opensuse.org: The openSUSE Goblin Team are pleased to announce the first public release of Smeegol. Smeegol is based on the netbook user interface that came from the MeeGo(TM)* project.
infoworld.com: A few weeks ago, I posted a bit of advice for VMware amid speculation that the leading virtualization company might purchase Suse Linux from Novell. (As in: Don't do it.) Since then, I've taken hits in comments and in email, mostly in reponse to my criticism of the YaST tool that serves as Suse's central management console.
nowwhatthe.blogspot: Recently Amaru Zelaya Orellana and myself cooperated on an article about the great work our ambassadors are doing around the world. They deserve great respect for what they do. A great marketing effort.
opensuse.org: Last week our Ambassadors did what they do every week: promote openSUSE. They went to meetings, conferences and tradeshows for a talk or staffing a booth. And they organized meetings, gave students lessons in using openSUSE, handed out DVD’s and valuable knowledge.
Lighttpd is a secure, fast, standards-compliant web server designed for speed-critical environments. This tutorial shows how you can install Lighttpd on an OpenSUSE 11.3 server with PHP5 support (through FastCGI) and MySQL support.
eweekeurope.co.uk: Novell has released a new version of its popular SUSE Linux distribution optimised to run SAP applications, deepening its already close relationship with the enterprise software vendor.
Various stats suggest that 85% of people are right handed. These could also be interpreted as the majority of people using computers are right handed as well. The majority of Launcher menus sit on the bottom left of the screen.