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SUSE Linux Desktop Moves Ahead

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People of openSUSE: Sascha saigkill Manns

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opensuse.org: Sascha is active in many areas of openSUSE (Marketing, Feature Screening and using Build service for his projects), but he is particularly active in openSUSE Weekly News.

iFolder, Great for Fans of Dropbox, Source Code, and Lots of Control

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ostatic.com/blog: For the past few weeks, off and on, I've heard some low-level, excited buzzing about iFolder. What is it? Think of it as an open source Dropbox service that lives on your servers under your jurisdiction, with a few added perks.

Suse Studio is overflowing with awesome

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anirudhsanjeev.org: After about five months of waiting, I got invited to Suse Studio Alpha. Suse Studio is a tool to help you build Ready-to-deploy variant of the opensuse 11.1 distribution.

First Look at SUSE Studio

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linuxhaxor.net: SUSE studio is a web front-end to customize and build your own personal distribution in as many ways you could possibly think off.

openSUSE iFolder: Come and Get It!

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zonker.opensuse.org: Today we announced (officially) that iFolder code has been pushed out and we have a new iFolder Web site.

If Microsoft bought Novell, it wouldn't come as a surprise

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itwire.com: The idea that Microsoft would buy Novell isn't exactly that far-fetched. Events on April 1 have proved this.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 Feature Tour

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linux-mag.com: Take a screenshot tour of Novell’s latest release of SLED. Get the scoop on what’s new and what works (and what doesn’t). By Me!

YaST and Compiz during Installation

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Normally compiz (more precisely the cube module) shows each desktop on the surface of a cuboid. Since we don’t have several desktops during installation we decided to show the “wizard” steps on the cuboid.

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