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openSUSE 10.2: The Most Complete List of Repositories

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Here is the most complete list of repositories that you can ever-ever find on this planet, Earth, for your openSUSE 10.2 Linux. If you do manage to find few more, just holla Smile

Also refer to my other post titled “Recommended list of repositories for openSUSE 10.2″

Caution: May I remind you, that by adding unknown (what those repos contain) and untested (the ones which are considered as unstable) repositories, you might damage your openSUSE 10.2 integrity (dependencies and so forth, the worst being you are unable to load your favourite application). Don’t just blindly add them, make sure what you are doing. Also, even if you decide to add them all, it will definitely take time everytime you launch Yast Saftware Manager (with option refresh turned ON) or SMART (when updating repo db), as they will need to download quite a lot on what new is available. Well, you understood me I hope.

Complete List of Repositories

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