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OpenSUSE 11.3: The Linux for KDE lovers

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openSUSE 11.3 is here!

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The openSUSE Project is pleased to announce the release of the latest incarnation of openSUSE, with support for 32-bit and 64-bit systems. openSUSE 11.3 is packed with new features and updates.

openSUSE Weekly News #131 is out

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We are pleased to announce our openSUSE Weekly News #131.

Kubuntu Netbook Remix Is Now Dead

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digitizor.com: The Kubuntu Team have unceremoniously decided to kill off Kubuntu Netbook Remix. When Kubuntu 10.10 is released this September, there will be no Kubuntu Netbook Remix.

OpenSUSE 11.3 delivers spit, polish, and niggles

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theregister.co.uk: The latest version of openSUSE hit final code last week and is not due for official release until July 15, but The Reg is here to give you a tour of its pro and cons.

Two Popular Distros Release Latest Wares

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linuxjournal.com: Two popular Linux distributions recently released new developmental versions on the road to their finals. One is early in its cycle and the other is about to cross the finish line.

openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 130 is out

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Kernel Weekly Review with openSUSE Flavor

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Would A VMware Acquisition Of Novell Make Sense?

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crn.com: There are rumors afoot that VMware is among the companies bidding to acquire Novell. Why would the virtualization technology giant be interested in Novell, best known as the purveyor of SUSE Linux?

VMware and Novell: Merger Rumor or More?

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thevarguy.com: The speculation won’t go away. Several companies apparently have bid to acquire Novell. Some pundits think VMware is among the bidders. Why’s that?

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