openSUSE is a Linux-based operating system for your PC, laptop, or server. You can use it to surf the Web, manage your email and photos, do office work, play videos or music, and have a lot of fun.
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Release Notes: This release benefits from improvements to the testing infrastructure and much attention to bugfixing.
Release Notes: This release improves searching, filesystem performance, and networking, and makes great strides forward in ARM and cloud support.
Release Notes: This release brings KDE 4.7, Firefox 7, LibreOffice 3.4, Linux kernel 3.1, and GCC 4.6 with support for Google's new Go programming language. OpenSUSE 12.1 is the first Linux distribution to support ownCloud with its own unique Mirall desktop integration. Color management support is greatly improved in this version. Snapper is a new and unique tool that employs snapshot functionality in the BTRFS file system.
Release Notes: This release includes more than 230 new features, improvements to YaST, OpenOffice.org 3.0, a new license, Liberation fonts, and openJDK. Users can choose from the leading edge of GNOME and KDE development with GNOME 2.24.1 and KDE 4.1.3. KDE 3.5.10 is also included for users who prefer the classic KDE experience.
Release Notes: This release introduces a themed and simplified DVD installer, an improved live CD installer, fast package management, and the latest software like KDE 3.5.9 and 4.0.4 (including some 4.1 backports/parts), GNOME 2.22.1, OpenOffice.org 2.4, and Firefox 3.0.