What’s New in openSUSE 11.2

After nearly a year in development, openSUSE 11.2 is ready to be unleashed! A peek under the hood shows a lot of new and interesting changes since 11.1, including updated desktops and a preview of WebYaST.

openSUSE 11.2 is finally out after 11 months of development. The openSUSE Project released openSUSE 11.2 with a bevy of updates and improvements over last year’s 11.1 release, including KDE 4.3, GNOME 2.28, a new Linux kernel, as well as the latest and greatest of your favorite open source applications. What’s in this release? Let’s take a look at the highlights.

Let me point out the obvious: This isn’t a review. Since I work with the openSUSE community, I wanted to take a bit to introduce some of the new and interesting features that show up in openSUSE 11.2. In my opinion, this is the best openSUSE (or SUSE) release yet, and I’ve been running SUSE and openSUSE systems off and on for 10 years. But don’t take my word for it! Grab right now and take it for a spin. The live CDs are excellent if you want…

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