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openSUSE

   11.1  

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openSUSE
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Link:  http://www.opensuse.org/
Downloads:  9238
Submitted:  Oct 14 2006
Updated:  Dec 19 2008

Description:

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.




Changelog:

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



License:
The distribution packages all have individual licenses which all allow free distribution.

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 Lex_Luthor@MSN

 
 by prestochango on: Aug 3 2007
 
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I would not be surprised in the future if opensuse disappeared altogether, or became purchase only. It's fantastic after it's configured to my tastes. Turn off zmd and use opensuseupdater, which is very dependable, and import all the missing libraries by hand, and you have a distro beyond compare. That's what worries me. It's almost too good to expect it to remain open source.

And one thing is certain, Microsoft doesn't like the idea of a high quality competing operating system which just happens to be free. Right now they are probably meeting with the Legion of Doom to plan the demise of opensuse. ;-)


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 Re: Lex_Luthor@MSN

 
 by -gio67- on: Aug 10 2007
 
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[cut]I would not be surprised in the future if opensuse disappeared altogether, or became purchase only. It's fantastic after it's configured to my tastes.[cut]

it's such a good product so it would disappear?

;-)


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 Re: Lex_Luthor@MSN

 
 by LizzardDude on: Aug 23 2007
 
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That means reversing the whole work of at least one year. I don´t think that this will happen any soon.


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 Re: Lex_Luthor@MSN

 
 by nthread on: Aug 24 2007
 
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"The openSUSE project is a community program sponsored by Novell."

I've used openSuSE since version 10 (used PCLinuxOS before) and have never had a single problem using it. I really hope it will not not be shut down, but it may. I feel it will more likely stop being sponsored by Novell, though I hope neither happens because that could force me to stop using YaST (I wouldn't mind it if YaST was only a package manager).


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 Fedora

 
 by ventieldopje on: Aug 10 2007
 
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You probably never ran fedora I guess. My first linux experience was with openSuse 7.0 and I liked it, YaST is easy to use. But I don't use it anymore, I switched to fedora because it has much more updated packages. The current kernel I have is 2.6.22.1-41.fc7 at a x86_64 right from the updates repo and of course because of the speed. I believe fedora is way faster then SuSE.

I took a look at the screenshots and of course its configurable but I don't like those fancy vista-ish menu's with search things flying around everywhere which slow down your system while indexing. They try to make it too easy, but that's my opinion.

I hope it'll exists for a long time though, it's a great distro for ppl who are new to linux or who ... just like it!


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 suse

 
 by kdemadjaysen on: Aug 14 2007
 
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i have run suse on my server for years and it runs beautifully never had any problems


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 Re: suse

 
 by elec01 on: Aug 24 2007
 
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It is fine to read that OpenSUSE does have never shown problems, but I can not report the same.
OpenSuSe 10.0 has been fine and works any longer on my computer, but starting with upgrades to 10.1 or 10.2 nether worked fine.
I do not know what did change within the Distro, but indeed later version than 10.0 do not work properly on my computer.
I tried to install 10.2 on the computer of my father in law. Same result. This did end in a nightmare. So I decided finally to install Sidux instead of.
I use Suse since version 6.1.
But now I think about to change over to Debian. Perhaps OpenSuSe 10.3 do work better. Maybe.


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 kickoff

 
 by dummy on: Aug 14 2007
 
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I like (and use) OpenSUSE a lot but I don't use the kickoff menu, I can't do fast to my application, the classic kde menu = faster for me.

One thing, the kickoff menu has to small fonts, there are already a lot of bug reports of this problem but, when i see this screenshots, it's the same in OpenSUSE 10.3 ):


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 Re: kickoff

 
 by djworld on: Aug 23 2007
 
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I thought the same until I got used to it. When you add the applications you use the most to the Favorites tab and realise that you don't need to click the menu but just move the mouse cursor to the lower-left corner and it opens instantly, it behaves wonderfully. You don't need to search for applications through the menu anymore since all the apps you use are already there in the favorites and if you need another application you can just type the first letters in the Search box. Now I can't live without Kickoff.


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 M$ = Suse

 
 by galicia360 on: Sep 7 2007
 
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It was my favourite distribution till the MS-Novel deal happen. Before that they worked for the community; now they work against community.

Look at the facts! FSF is working on GNASH and DOTGNU; whilst they work on Moonlight and Mono (Remember Mono works upon .NET). What about the M$ - Novel deal; clearly they are working with M$ against community. Ahh what about Novel position about OOXML? mmmmhhh Maybe Novel was bought by M$. Now I use Debian.


My love if the sea and you were not here I wouldn't be here either, my love, love exists when we're close to god. By A. Bocelli.
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 Re: M$ = Suse

 
 by Rinse on: Sep 8 2007
 
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you can't compare moonlight with gnash: moonlight is a silverlight replacement, while gnash is a flash replacement.

And about mono vs dotgnu:
We are all using kde/gnome now, in stead of GnuStep.
So i guess we are all working against the community...


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 Re: Re: M$ = Suse

 
 by galicia360 on: Oct 31 2007
 
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In spite of some things I don't like, I know they are contributing in some ways to the community.

What scares me about mono is this letter: http://www.gnu.org/software/dotgnu/danger.html

Kde/gnome are GPL (free software licences)

Mono relies on .NET(.net is from Microsoft, one day they could claim to own all the code writen with mono)

DotGNU (is free software GPL,LGPL)

Correct me if I'm wrong.


My love if the sea and you were not here I wouldn't be here either, my love, love exists when we're close to god. By A. Bocelli.
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 Re: M$ = Suse

 
 by REMF on: Sep 9 2007
 
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rubbish.

Novell has done more than most to work with, encourage, and sponsor the open-source movement.


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 Re: M$ = Suse

 
 by Rhys on: Sep 20 2007
 
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According to Wikipedia:
"openSUSE is a community project, sponsored by Novell, to develop and maintain SUSE Linux components. After their acquisition of SUSE Linux, NOVELL HAS DECIDED TO MAKE THE COMMUNITY AN IMPORTANT PART OF THEIR DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY." (i've highlighted the important part)

I think Novell are pretty keen on not turning on the comminity, considering openSUSE is develped by the community (and a few Novell representatives).

I think you are just blinded by your ego, you hate Microsoft to much to even consider that SOME things they do aren't half-bad (like Visual Studio). Additionally, just because Novell is 'in bed' with Microsoft doesn't mean that openSUSE has become any less of a great product from it.


if(openSUSE > allDistros()) {
printf(" :) ");
} else {
printf(" >:( ");
format("/");
}

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 kongrats

 
 by REMF on: Sep 21 2007
 
Score 50%

looking forward to 10.3


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