OpenSUSE: Gaming, Wayland, USB Hacking & ARM
Written by Michael Larabel in SUSE on 20 November 2012 at 12:08 PM EST. Add A Comment
Last month was the 2012 OpenSUSE Conference in Prague along side the disorganized LinuxDays event. Videos from the openSUSE Conference sessions have been uploaded on YouTube for those who didn't make it to the Czech event.

Among the Phoronix coverage from the Linux events in Prague was Egbert Eich's Wayland presentation, openSUSE ARM improvements, how to port Linux to new ARM devices, and Gentoo Linux Gaming.

Embedded below are some of the most interesting videos from this year's openSUSE Conference.

3D Games & Graphics Performance:

Wayland:

Reverse-Engineering A USB Scanner:

More videos are available from OpenSUSETV.
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