openSUSE is now officially available for Windows Subsystem for Linux. Bash on Windows just went green.
Why you should use openSUSE and which openSUSE should you use: Tumbleweed or Leap.
You never noticed that there was a pattern, did you?
These parody videos by SUSE are the coolest things you are going to see today.
OpenSUSE Leap 42.1 is finally released. It is an important release as it is based on the source code from SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE). If you do not know already, SUSE Linux has two versions: SUSE Linux Enterprise edition which is meant for business enterprises (paying clients) and OpenSUSE which is a community project and available for […]
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openSUSE has announced the release of version 12.2 RC1 with support to ARM processor.