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Link:  http://www.opensuse.org/
Downloads:  9279
Submitted:  Oct 14 2006
Updated:  Dec 19 2008


The openSUSE project is a community program sponsored by Novell. Promoting the use of Linux everywhere, openSUSE.org provides free, easy access to the world's most usable Linux distribution, openSUSE.

openSUSE is the distribution with the best integrated and enhanced KDE desktop.


openSUSE 11.1 includes KDE 3.5.10 and KDE 4.1.3 with added functionality.

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 menu hate

 by dehydr8 on: Dec 7 2006
Score 50%

I don't know why everyone is complaining about the menu, it takes 3 clicks to change it back to the original.

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 Re: menu hate

 by Rinse on: Dec 8 2006
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Who's complaining?

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 Re: Re: menu hate

 by jakuhr on: Jun 15 2007
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I love it :)

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 Is it just me or...

 by jegjessing on: Dec 8 2006
Score 50%

do you think that it was released a bit to early?
Powersaved just dont work, IMAP applications cannot connect to some servers, to others it can. MySQL gets error 1023.
I have used suse since 9.1 and have never found any distribution as easy to setup/use as suse, but after Novel took over the distribution I just found more and more stuff that just did not work.
The zmd thingy are just a nightmare. And now in version 10.2 just because I have packman, I cannot use yast to remove applications unless I'm online.
I'm really sad about the turn that opensuse is taking. Please someone, come with some really encourraging comments.

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 Re: Is it just me or...

 by kriko on: Dec 8 2006
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Mysql is working here fine, about package management:
You can install/remove/update applications with it in a very easy way. Forget about yast.

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 Re: Is it just me or...

 by Rinse on: Dec 9 2006
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reading the changelog:

including a new update notification applet (opensuse-updater) and a console application called zypper which are non-zmd based.

just remove the zmd thingy and install opensuse-updater ;)

or use smart, works like a charm over here..

Can't give you any encouraging comments yet, because i don't have opensuse 10.2 installed yet :o)

About imap, how is opensuse involved in your issue with some servers?

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 Re: Re: Is it just me or...

 by jegjessing on: Dec 9 2006
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Well, removing ZMD is one of the first things I do. Using smart: I COULD. But one of the things I liked about SuSE WAS yast. One place where I could control everything. This was my main "sales" argument when telling people good things about a distro.
opensuse-updater updated some packages and then looked fore new updates and never got any further :-(
The IMAP problem is concistent on my server at work. I'm the only one having this problem. I have /home installed on my laptop and I never format it, so I know that after installing all settings are as they should.
I reinstalled opensuse 10.1 and IMAP worked as a charm. I suspect that there are some kind of IP kernel filtering or something like that gives me problems since both IMAP and MySQL consistently gave the problems :-(
I tried installing on my stationary at home which also runs opensuse 10.1, but I never got past probing harddisks, because then the installed crashed. I tried installing in the other modes, Tex, disable ACPI etc. but then the machine froze :-( so it is still running opensuse 10.1
And just to put things stragiht. I'm not bitching about suse, never would I mean I wrote the bug reports and a couple of hours after there are people on the case.
I'm just suggesting that they should not release so soon. I dont think there is a need for a new version ever 8 months. Release once per year or maybe every second year. Focus on a rocksolid, "bug free" version. 10.1 had SO many problems when released then the RM version came out in which I have found no errors. Use a MUCH longer test period. If not newcomers will get a really bad taste when trying out Linux. 3 people I know that I suggested using Linux downloaded 10.1 and did they switch back to Windows? Yes they did. I tryed telling them to try again when 10.1 ROM came out, and that was a struggle because they had the bad experiences from before.
Again... I'm not bitching, just trying to make a point. I still love opensuse, I will still support it, recomend it, but I just think that they should rething the release frequenzy and method.
Thanks for the comment. I would suggest not installing 10.2 until some time yet:-(

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 Re: Re: Re: Is it just me or...

 by bauerfichtner on: Dec 10 2006
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I also had problems with kmail and certain IMAP-servers: "error starting TLS". I installed the openssl package from SUSE10.1, and everything is working fine again.
Nevertheless, I would prefer more thoroughly tested realeases.

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 Yast crippled

 by fgalli on: Dec 12 2006
Score 50%

I agree with the comments above about releasing too often and fixing the bugs afterwards. I must say it has always been like that, but although many people complained about this and suggested to release less often, they just won't listen.


I agree with the people that also complain about this here. Yast and Yast update system was working great, reliable, and fast since the early days of SuSE, and before anyone else (Red Hat, Microsoft, etc) was able to have a decent patching and updating system.

None had anything working then, apart from SuSE, who had Yast and Yast-updater, WORKING (just working) since SuSE 6.0 or less.

Now, since this zmd shakeware was introduced, nothing works, and when the luck is such that something kind of works, it's just SLOW.

It's sad that now one has to hope for a newer and better updater (like a opensuse updater, or whatever) because the updater already existed, it was good, it was user friendly, it was reliable (very important for such a task, right?), it was called Yast. And now it has been crippled.

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 by chandraiitk on: May 18 2007
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keeping in mind their mysterious pact, well, i wonder if openSUSE is really going to remain "open" in future as well....but nice to see new release anyway...

Owning computers nowadays is a bit like having a pet rabbit,
It needs to be fed with right stuff or it gets sick.

Try Firefox [http://www.mozilla.com/firefox] --- the right stuff!

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 KDE 4.0

 by johnnyjoflin on: Aug 2 2007
Score 50%
GA-P35-DS3 Ownage Crew


hopefully, kde 4 will be look better than the standard kde 3 configuration...
the screenshot is just ugly =(

greetz joe

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 Missing packages

 by trisz on: Aug 3 2007
Score 50%

What about the essential packages missing from the release 10.2 such as the qwt library? They were present in the 9.x.
The SuSE distribution is continuously shrinking. Without these libraries, I cannot develop applications for this distribution.

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