SUSE News Archives
31 October 2013 - openSUSE 13.1 RC2
The second and final release candidate to the upcoming openSUSE 13.1 Linux distribution release is now available for last minute testing.
17 October 2013 - SUSE Btrfs - 15 Comments
While many assumed Fedora would be the first tier-one Linux distribution shipping with Btrfs by default, it looks like openSUSE may end up being the one. OpenSUSE has been looking at switching to Btrfs for their next release (post-13.1) and already in its current state feel Btrfs is safe for users -- nearly one year after SUSE Enterprise felt Btrfs is production-ready.
19 September 2013 - OpenSUSE - 53 Comments
With today's release of openSUSE 13.1 Beta has come some more interesting news about the future of the German-founded Linux distribution: they're hoping to switch to the next-generation Btrfs Linux file-system as their future default file-system.
19 September 2013 - openSUSE 13.1 - 3 Comments
The first beta release of openSUSE 13.1 is now available and making the cut before the feature freeze was the Linux 3.11 kernel and Mesa 9.2.0.
6 June 2013 - YaST - 18 Comments
YaST, the SUSE-developed administration and control utility that's original to the German-based Linux distribution, is being rewritten in Ruby for the upcoming openSUSE 13.1 release.
17 May 2013 - openSUSE 13.1 - 1 Comment
The openSUSE development community has announced the immediate release of the first milestone release of openSUSE 13.1. This is the distribution's first development release ahead of their plans to ship 13.1 final in November.
16 May 2013 - LXDE To E17 - 29 Comments
In an effort to make Enlightenment E17 available through the openSUSE installer and DVD, the lightweight LXDE desktop environment may be pushed away.
30 April 2013 - Open Build Service - 1 Comment
OBS, the Open Build Service developed largely by openSUSE, has reached version 2.4. With Open Build Service 2.4 comes support for a new package format, Secure Boot signing, and other features.
15 March 2013 - openSUSE 12.3 - 5 Comments
For those looking out for Linux performance benchmarks of this week's release of openSUSE 12.3, look no further. Here's some benchmark results comparing the performance of openSUSE 12.2 to the new 12.3 release.
13 March 2013 - openSUSE 12.3 - 9 Comments
Six months after releasing openSUSE 12.2, the openSUSE 12.3 release is now ready for Linux users worldwide.
28 February 2013 - openSUSE - 7 Comments
Version 12.3 of openSUSE is due out in two weeks and as the final stepping stone, openSUSE 12.3 Release Candidate 2 is now on the Internet.
7 February 2013 - OpenSUSE 12.3 RC1 - 1 Comment
The first release candidate of openSUSE 12.3 is now available for those wanting to give this popular Linux distribution a try.
17 January 2013 - OpenSUSE 12.3
The beta release of the forthcoming openSUSE 12.3 Linux distribution is being pushed onto the Internet today.
6 November 2012 - Released - 2 Comments
Two months after openSUSE 12.2 was released for x86 architectures, the gold master images are now available for ARM with flavors for the popular ARM SoC development boards.
1 October 2012 - openSUSE ARM
There's more Linux ARM news today besides the merging of Cortex A15 Xen virtualization and ARM 64-bit support for the Linux 3.7 kernel. The latest news is the availability of a release candidate for openSUSE on ARM.
12 September 2012 - Finally
One week from today the XDC2012 X.Org developer summit will be getting underway from the SUSE headquarters in Nürnberg.
5 September 2012 - openSUSE 12.2 - 27 Comments
As expected, openSUSE 12.2 was released today as the latest major community distribution release out of the SUSE camp.
4 September 2012 - openSUSE - 6 Comments
If all goes according to plan, openSUSE 12.2 will be released tomorrow after seeing a delay after being challenged by problems.
2 August 2012 - openSUSE 12.2
OpenSUSE 12.2 Release Candidate 2 is now available as the latest development version of this delayed Linux distribution that's seeking a new direction.
14 June 2012 - openSUSE - 76 Comments
Stephan Kulow, the release manager for openSUSE, has publicly acknowledged this morning that this community distribution to SUSE has found itself in a problem and they're now looking to the community to seek out a fundamentally new direction for this Linux distribution.