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OpenSUSE Linux 12.1: The Complete Linux

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OpenSUSE Linux 12.1 is up for grabs, but is it worth it? Where does OpenSUSE stand when compared to other Linux Distros? Does the latest version have what it takes to attract the spotlight?

INSTALLATION

OpenSUSE installation is pretty straight forward. Now, there is a check box in the partition page to make btrfs as the default file system. As usual booting from MBR is disabled by default, you need to enable it from the installation summary.

WHY IS IT COMPLETE?

After installing the OS, you can instantly start working with it. You have tools for every common task. Let me list out all the tools and their usage:

LibreOffice-OpenSUSE comes with the whole Libreoffice suite. No worries about presentations and documents.

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