news.opensuse.org: End of January the US Congress will vote to pass two laws, the “PROTECT IP Act” (PIPA) and the “Stop Online Piracy Act” (SOPA). If these laws pass they would enable copyright holders to get court orders against websites accused of doing or facilitating copyright infringement.
news.opensuse.org: Today we have the chance to interview SUSE’s Freederic Crozat, who’s responsible for systemd in openSUSE.
- Comparison OpenSUSE 12.1 vs Fedora 16
- openSUSE 12.1 – Great Release
- openSUSE 12.1 Reveiew
phoronix.com: OpenSUSE 12.1 introduced support for systemd but it didn't defenestrate SysVinit as there are still some dependencies on this older init system.
serverwatch.com: It should come as no surprise that the 12.1 release of OpenSUSE delivers a polished, high-performing operating system fit for just about any task. This version includes many cutting-edge open source projects.
- Hung jury in Novell v. Microsoft lawsuit
- Novell-Microsoft WordPerfect Lawsuit Ends In Mistrial
- Microsoft, Novell Negotiating WordPerfect Settlement?
- openSUSE Board Election 2011 results
- openSUSE Weekly News Issue 206 is out
- openSUSE 12.2 wallpaper submission
- Another Wallpaper Idea
readwriteweb.com: It's been a long, strange trip for SUSE. What started in 1992 as a small German company with a derivative of Slackware Linux became a mighty Linux distribution in its own right. Money problems led to a sale to Novell in 2003, which had its own share of troubles.
itworld.com: Even as the Linux Foundation reports on Linux jobs in the U.S., the global picture seems to be even more encouraging.
itwire.com: Unity has proved to be the opposite of its name, sharply dividing the Ubuntu user community, many of whom appear to have started looking for alternatives. If one looks at a couple of recent releases, there appear to be two distinct approaches.
ubuntumanual.org: 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?
temporaryland.wordpress: When I read about some of the features in OpenSuse 12.1, I couldn’t resist giving it a try. I decided to use the Live KDE version.
- openSUSE 12.1 KDE3 LiveCD
- openSUSE 11.3 Will Die on January 16th, 2012
- My openSUSE 12 Journal - 4: Minor Frustrations
As KDE3 is again part of the official openSUSE 12.1 repositories, Marcus Moeller took the chance and created an installable livecd. Besides a preconfigured KDE3 desktop, it contains additional software like Mozilla Firefox, Thunderbird and LibreOffice. YaST2 is available for administrative tasks like system configuration or software management.