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Mono 2.10, Moonlight 4 Preview 1 Released

Not only has Miguel de Icaza found the time this week to praise the Microsoft-Nokia Windows Phone 7 deal, but he and his team have released Mono 2.10 and the first preview of Moonlight 4.
17 February 2011 - New Mono Action - 113 Comments

openSUSE 11.4 M6 Kills HAL, Brings WebYaST, Avoids SystemD

The openSUSE community is celebrating the end of January by releasing openSUSE 11.4 Milestone 6. This new development snapshot brings several prominent changes, including the final removal of HAL (the Hardware Abstraction Layer), the migration to systemd from SysVInit has been pushed back to the next openSUSE release, and it now incorporates support for Novell's WebYaST.
28 January 2011 - Changes - 8 Comments

Attachmate Talks About SUSE, openSUSE Support

One month ago it was announced that Attachmate would be acquiring Novell (and some of Novell's IP would also be sold off to a consortium owned by Microsoft and other companies), but not many details were known at that point how this acquisition would impact Novell's SUSE or openSUSE Linux distributions. Today though a brief interview has been published between Attachmate's CEO, Jeff Hawn, and the openSUSE Community Manager, Jos Poortvliet.
20 December 2010 - Q&A With Attachmate - 3 Comments

Miguel's Ambitious Plans For Mono, Moonlight

Miguel de Icaza has put out a new blog post last night detailing what he and his team at Novell are "cooking" for future versions of their Mono software platform. Some items, like Mono GPU acceleration, are already known, but some of the other items are quite interesting on this long TODO list of new items to be presented within Mono and Moonlight (the Mono-based Microsoft Silverlight implementation for Linux) over the next few months.
10 December 2010 - More Stuff - 29 Comments

Moonlight Now Does GPU Acceleration

In the off-hours of XDS Toulouse a few of us were wondering what David Reveman has been working on lately for Novell. David was the creator of the now-defunct XGL and has worked on Compiz, Glitz, and other Linux graphics projects, but lately his work really hasn't been publicized (nor has he been present at XDS, X@FOSDEM, etc) and even other SuSE/Novell employees have been unsure what his day-to-day activities are for Novell. It turns out at least one of his recent projects has been bringing GPU acceleration to Moonlight.
23 November 2010 - By David Reveman - 15 Comments

Novell's Finally Sold: Going To Attachmate & Microsoft

While for a while it looked like Novell was going to be bought out by VMware, this is not actually the case. Being announced this morning is that Novell is being acquired by Attachmate Corp and Novell will also be offloading some of their intellectual property to a Microsoft technology consortium. Attachmate has dabbled with Linux a bit in the past and was even a sponsor previously of X.Org.
22 November 2010 - Microsoft Gets Some IP - 44 Comments

openSUSE 11.4 Milestone 3 Brings New Stuff

It's been over a month since the release of openSUSE 11.4 M2, but the third development milestone is now available after the developers fixed a show-stopping bug with Mesa's Software Rasterizer (it's sad though they still aren't using LLVMpipe as a replacement instead). The openSUSE 11.4 M3 release brings a number of package updates and other improvements to this next Linux operating system release due out in March of 2011.
11 November 2010 - Package Updates, Etc - 1 Comment

openSUSE Build Service 2.1 Brings Web UI Improvements

Tomorrow the openSUSE Conference is beginning in the always-wonderful Germany for a three-day event about the openSUSE project and free software in general with a variety of hacking sessions, birds of a feather sessions, and surely some N├╝rnberg beer along the way. Sadly due to some last minute scheduling changes and only getting back from San Diego yesterday, I on the behalf of Phoronix will not be in attendance at the German conference, but there is openSUSE news to report today: version 2.1 of the openSUSE Build Service has just been released.
19 October 2010 - New Release - 1 Comment

openSUSE 11.4 M2 Brings New Kernel & More

After releasing Smeegol Linux yesterday, the openSUSE developers are out today with the second milestone for the release of openSUSE 11.4. The openSUSE 11.4 Milestone 2 release brings an updated kernel along with many other new packages.
7 October 2010 - New Milestone - 1 Comment

openSUSE Releases MeeGo-based Smeegol Linux

The openSUSE Goblin Team, which was originally formed to bring the latest Moblin innovations into the openSUSE world and now are focusing upon pulling in MeeGo innovations after Moblin and Maemo merged, has a new announcement. This openSUSE team is now announcing the first public release of Smeegol, which combines MeeGo with openSUSE into one netbook-designed Linux distribution.
6 October 2010 - Smeegol - 7 Comments

openSUSE 11.4 Milestone 1 Released

The first milestone release of openSUSE 11.4, which will be released in March of 2011, is now available. The openSUSE 11.3 release came in July and since then for openSUSE 11.4 the Novell and community developers have pulled in X.Org Server 1.9, GNOME 2.32 Beta 1, KDE Software Compilation 4.5, and many other package updates.
2 September 2010 - First Milestone

openSUSE 11.3 Released

As expected, openSUSE 11.3 has been released this morning. openSUSE 11.3 is the latest Linux distribution update from Novell and the openSUSE Project. This release introduces a number of new features, including SpiderOak file sync integration, improved file indexing, support for the Btrfs file-system, graphics driver updates, and many package updates. Available for openSUSE 11.3 is KDE SC 4.4.4 and GNOME 2.30.1, but a preview snapshot of GNOME 3.0 complete with the GNOME Shell is also available.
15 July 2010 - Novell Releases - 8 Comments

Moonlight 3.0 Approaches With New Features

Moonlight, the de facto open-source implementation of Microsoft's Silverlight platform for Linux that leverages Mono, is nearing its 3.0 release. Moonlight 2.0 was just released a half-year ago, but Moonlight 3.0 Preview 7 was just released and it's offering up more features.
18 June 2010 - The Linux Silverlight - 31 Comments

openSUSE 11.3 Release Candidate Makes Its Debut

openSUSE 11.3 is planned for release in just under one month and in preparations for that major Linux distribution update, the 11.3 release candidate has been made available.
17 June 2010 - RC Stage - 1 Comment

MeeGo Loves The openSUSE Build Service

The openSUSE community has announced the releases of version 1.8 and 2.0 of the openSUSE Build Service. The 2.0 release brings in a new user-interface, an enhanced request system, and many other new features.
11 June 2010 - New Release - 6 Comments

openSUSE 11.3 Pulls In New Kernel & More

A new snapshot of openSUSE 11.3 is available, which now puts it at Milestone 7, and means that the first release candidate is near. However, while the release of openSUSE 11.3 is approaching in July, it continues to add in new packages and support.
26 May 2010 - New Milestone Reached - 39 Comments

SUSE Linux Is Hooking Up With Btrfs Too

Fedora was the first tier-one Linux distribution shipping with support for optionally installing to a Btrfs file-system for the past year, but in recent weeks the adoption rate of Btrfs looks like it will be quickly rising. Fedora 13 is extending the Btrfs support to offer system rollback support by where a file-system snapshot is created via Btrfs each time a yum transaction takes place. Red Hat recently released the first public beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 and it includes Ananconda installation support for RHEL6 onto Btrfs, MeeGo will be using Btrfs by default in this distribution that marries Maemo and Moblin, and Ubuntu is making Btrfs plans where Btrfs may become the default file-system in Ubuntu 10.10. Novell / openSUSE is also getting in bed with Btrfs.
19 May 2010 - Btrfs Features - 5 Comments

OpenSUSE Says Farewell To RadeonHD Driver

The RadeonHD Linux driver that came about in 2007 following the announcement of AMD's open-source driver strategy has had an interesting history. This driver was developed by Novell's developers, but now they are even dropping it from their openSUSE distribution.
3 May 2010 - No Longer In OpenSUSE - 44 Comments

openSUSE 11.3 Milestone 4 Released

Right on schedule, openSUSE 11.3 Milestone 4 has been released. This fourth test release brings many changes, among which that take place "under the hood" is switching over to the Upstart init daemon, an upgrade to NetworkManager 0.8 for wired/wireless/broadband network management, and other packages upgraded include OpenOffice.org, Mono, CUPS, Python, and Samba, among others.
25 March 2010 - New openSUSE Testing

openSUSE 11.3 Milestone 1 Released

While Red Hat is busy at work on Fedora 13 and Canonical is busy working on their Long-Term Support release of Ubuntu 10.04, Novell is working on openSUSE 11.3. This next upgrade to openSUSE is due out in mid-July, but the first milestone release is now available.
1 February 2010 - New openSUSE - 7 Comments

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