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Half Of The World's Largest Supercomputer Clusters Run SUSE

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muktware.com: Andreas Jaeger was recently appointed as product manager of SUSE so we talked to him about his new role, the relationship between SUSE and the openSUSE community and SUSE's emergence after being sold and much more.

Looking Over OpenSUSE 12.2

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beginlinux.com: Better late than never, openSUSE 12.2 arrived in September 2012, having first been scheduled for July. It comes in both Gnome and KDE flavors with pretty much all the software you could want (the full DVD version weighs in at 4.7GB, with lighter weight CD-sized options for each of KDE and Gnome).

Trying openSUSE

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  • Trying OpenSuse
  • Secure Boot on openSUSE, a battleplan
  • New theme for KDE openSUSE 12.3 is now in!
  • while doing some MATE packages…

Long-Term Review: openSUSE 12.2 KDE

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dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: I did this long-term review on my normal UROP desktop computer with the 64-bit edition of the OS.

openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 1 KDE 4.9.2

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vazhavandan.blogspot: After taking a peek at openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 1 GNOME 3.6 earlier i was curious as to how KDE 4.9 is coming along in openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 1.

openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 1 GNOME 3.6

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vazhavandan.blogspot: The Green Team has released openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 1 and it does include GNOME 3.6 as expected. openSUSE 12.3 is code named Dartmouth.

openSUSE 12.3 Reaches Another Milestone

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ostatic.com: The openSUSE team have released Milestone 1 of the upcoming openSUSE 12.3. 12.3 is planned for release in March 2013 and the first milestone was released a month ago. The newest milestone has lot of structural improvements as well as the usual application updates.

openSUSE 12.2 on a Samsung R510, almost perfect out of the box

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linuxtweaking.blogspot: On the subject of openSUSE 12.2, I have to say it is a very nice release. Everything seems to be working, it is fast and nippy!

openSUSE 12.2 with MATE - Not bad at all

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dedoimedo.com: Last time, things were not completely rosy. There were tons of problems. I finally polished out the bugs and warmed up to the distro. Let is see whether openSUSE can offer the same level of comfort. Second chance, MATE desktop, follow me.

openSUSE-Education Li-f-e 12.2 edition too cool

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vazhavandan.blogspot: openSUSE Edu Li-f-e 12.2 is a spin off ISO based on openSUSE mantis. Unlike the original ISO the Education Life ISO is a highly polished bit of distribution. As the name suggests it is tailored to cater to the needs of your everyday life.

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