OpenSuse

Latest news from the openSUSE Project
  1. There were three openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots released so far this week. The snapshots updated Mozilla Thunderbird, Mozilla Firefox, Mesa, KDE Frameworks, glusterfs, php and several other packages. The most recently released snapshot, 20210511, updated a little more than a handful of packages. There was one package update from KDE Frameworks...
  2. A startup bringing personal workspaces in the cloud for students, workers, coders, and creators along with a Linux project for developers, system administrators and users are teaming up to extend the use of a secure desktop from any device, anywhere. Shells and openSUSE Project have entered into a partnership to...
  3. Developers of the openSUSE community are looking to utilize armv7l efforts in the context of openSUSE Step to evolve how openSUSE Leap and SUSE Linux Enterprise are developed together. The Step effort was announced in February to open up and expand architecture enablement for future SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) releases....
  4. Six openSUSE Tumbleweed were released this week. The snapshots delivered updated versions of curl, KDE Gear, LLVM, GNOME 40, Mozilla’s Firefox and Thunderbird and much more. The 20210428 snapshot updated the Linux Kernel to version 5.12 and text editor vim to version 8.2.2800. The virtualbox update to 6.1.20 took care...
  5. The openSUSE Project and its community, contributors and release engineers have entered the Release Candidate phase for the upcoming openSUSE Leap 15.3 version today after a snapshot was released, which transitions the release to a new phase. The RC signals the package freeze for software that will make it into...