- openSUSE 11.4 made a splash
- 4 disappointments from OpenSuSE 11.4
- Review: openSUSE 11.4 KDE
ostatic.com: Andreas Jaeger, Program Manager at Novell for openSUSE, has posted about an on-going discussion concerning the naming convention of openSUSE.
- openSUSE 11.4: Have it your way
- OpenSuse11.4: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
- Novell sale to Attachmate delayed until April - due to patent investigation
- openSUSE 11.4 Turned out Really Great
- openSUSE 11.4 - not just disappointing but the final nail in the coffin!
- Quick Look: openSUSE 11.4
- OpenSUSE 11.4: SUSE Linux Revitalized
- openSUSE 11.4 and Banshee: Amazon MP3
- Virtual Party it’s now ! Eat my geeko’s cake
- Newest openSUSE Linux Offers Rolling Releases
- OpenSUSE 1.4 touted for performance boost, new rolling release option
- SUSE Studio: openSUSE 11.4 Support
- Opensuse 11.4 screenshots Tour
- On the tenth day, openSUSE 11.4 changed everything
news.opensuse.org: Dear openSUSE Community. Users. Contributors. Fans and friends. The time has come: openSUSE 11.4 has arrived!. After 8 months of hard work, you can learn what is new, download it and upgrade!
omgsuse.com: As a long-time GNOME user, this post and some of the contents within it are difficult for me to write. The openSUSE team has traditionally done a great job of packaging up GNOME and KDE, and even smaller more lightweight desktop environments like XFCE and LXDE.
omgsuse.com: The 11.4 release of openSUSE, dropping this Thursday (March 10th), is bringing more GNOME to the table than ever before. It might be a bit difficult for me to summarize, since there's simply so much stuff in this one major jump forward for GNOME on openSUSE.
omgsuse.com: We're down to the final stretch! Only a few more days until openSUSE 11.4 is finally released! An integral part to any modern desktop experience is great music and openSUSE tries to meet everybody's musical needs by shipping numerous players.
omgsuse.com: On the fifth day of our countdown to openSUSE 11.4 I wanted to highlight an impressive new application that is making it's debut with this release: Scribus.
omgsuse.com: Day four of the count down to openSUSE 11.4, I've covered the kernel, some higher level apps and today I wanted to jump all the way back down to the beginning. The beginning of every experience with Linux, Windows and Mac OS X starts with the bootloader.
- openSUSE 11.4 and KDE
- GNOME on openSUSE 11.4
- openSUSE 11.4 in 6 days, screenshots look very professional
- Does Novell Still Have a Chance in the Enterprise Market?
- Ten Days of openSUSE, Day Three: Browsing
- LibreOffice with Novell Services
- Novell paints Red Hat Linux manager green
- openSUSE 11.4 RC2 arrives
omgsuse.com: With 8 days to go until the release of openSUSE 11.4, why not highlight: LibreOffice! (since Jos already spilled the beans)
omgsuse.com: At the core of every Linux distribution lies the Linux Kernel, the heart of it all. The kernel coming in 11.4 contains quite a number of great improvements.
- OpenSuse 11.4 changes and improvements
- openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 164 is out!
opensuse.org: With red carpets rolling out in Hollywood, you’d expect some applause for the openSUSE 11.4 RC2 release, which has now gone live ahead of 11.4 proper. But with much of the hard work going in behind the scenes, this superb release candidate isn’t getting the fanfare it deserves.
opensuse.org: #10 – Artwork – openSUSE 11.4 ships with ‘Stripes’ artwork. I love specially the console terminal which offers very good contrast.
news.opensuse.org: One of the easiest things to do to contribute to the free and open source movement and the openSUSE Project is to exercise your second free software freedom: The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor.
thinq.co.uk: Following the first use of the Millennium Exchange in anger earlier this week, a glitch resulted a delay of almost a minute to the end-of-day trading. While that problem has yet to repeat itself, traders are complaining of other issues with the new platform.