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The openSuSE "Tumbleweed" Rolling Distribution

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zdnet.co.uk: Linux "Rolling Distributions" always sound like a good idea. You get the latest stable distribution, and then on top of that you get the latest package updates shortly after they are released, rather than having to wait for the next major distribution update. In practice, though, they have often turned out to be a bit problematic.

Torvalds blasts openSUSE, security policies

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itworld.com: It's not often Linux creator Linus Torvalds makes a public statement about one of the distros he's using. But when he does, it's a doozy.

SUSE Breaks With Tradition for SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2

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  • SUSE Breaks With Tradition for SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2
  • SUSE Accelerates Linux Server Development in SLES 11 SP 2
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 2 Released (PR)

SUSE Linux Begins to Make New Partner Noise

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thevarguy.com: Roughly one year after Attachmate acquired Novell and the SUSE Linux business, SUSE is showing several signs of progress. The SUSE organization seems more nimble and far more focused on strategic partnerships and customer acquisition, The VAR Guy senses.

SUSE Linux: more popular than Red Hat in China

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computerweekly.com: SUSE president Nils Brauckmann has said that, "SUSE today is the recognised market leader in several important segments and is well positioned to take advantage of an ever expanding market for commercial Linux and open source technologies."

SUSE hits the big 2-0

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itworld.com: While Linux itself celebrated its twentieth anniversary in high style last year, 2012 will be the year of the lizard, as SUSE Linux steps up to celebrate two decades as the world's oldest commercial Linux entity.

openSUSE has a Dream

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ostatic.com: The openSUSE artwork team has a dream and needs your help. A new initiative seeks to collect information on how users customize and use their desktops. Then this data will be used to help design future openSUSE releases.

openSUSE 12.1 - two months later

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dedoimedo.com: As you know, for me, openSUSE 12.1 was a flop. I was so looking forward to the distro, and then it disappointed me, on two separate occasions.

Dell Strikes Deal To Bundle SUSE

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  • Dell Strikes Deal To Bundle SUSE Linux With OEM Offerings
  • Can Novell Jumpstart GroupWise 2012?
  • No One Cares That Novell Has A New Version of GroupWise

Razor-qt Desktop Review on openSUSE 12.1

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  • Razor-qt Desktop Review on openSUSE 12.1: Fast and Functional. Better than LXDE? Part 1
  • Razor-qt, Part 2
  • Quickfix: GCStar Plugins error
  • Additional Notes on Razor-qt on openSUSE 12.1: Touchpad and Wireless manager
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