You Can Now Try KDE Wayland Git On OpenSUSE
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 27 February 2016 at 11:45 AM EST. 1 Comment
KDE --
Last week was the news about openSUSE making it easier to try out the very latest KDE packages. They've now upped that up a notch by making it easier to try out the KDE on Wayland experience using their Linux distribution.

With a new set of OBS repositories, it's now possible to try the latest Wayland support in conjunction with the KDE Git state. There's also now Qt 5.6 packages too.

If you are an openSUSE user and wanting to try out all of this latest open-source goodness, see this blog post for all of the details.

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