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openSUSE 10.2 Live DVD available

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The last piece of the openSUSE 10.2 distribution got released today.

The Live DVD image has a size of 1.7 GB and can be used on every x86
compatible system with at least 512 MB of memory.

It contains a base desktop system (KDE and Gnome) with applications
for office, multimedia and internet usage.

You can downloaded it via

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