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openSUSE Education

Gnome Classic edition of openSUSE Education

May 24, 2014No Comments67 Views

In an annoucment today, openSUSE education team released, the GNOME classic edition this newly released GNOME classic edition nearly identical to the MATE desktop. This


[Tutorial] Install new Spotify on Linux sys...

May 21, 2014No Comments138 Views

New Spotify for Linux released with stunning looks and improved compatibility


Wayland 1.5.0 Released

May 21, 2014No Comments67 Views

Wayland, the next generation display server protocol for the post-X11 world has reached a new release.


A tutorial on how to to openSUSEfy Gnome 3

May 21, 2014No Comments107 Views

Customize Gnome in openSUSE to match the openSUSE green pastures with a little help from artwork provided by the Moka Project.


Want to learn how to develop a Linux deskto...

May 07, 201426 Comments48 Views

The openSUSE/ownCloud/KDE booth in the LinuxTag-DroidCon joint conference in Berlin arranges workshops to teach desktop application development.


openSUSE Conference 2014: Videos

Apr 29, 20141 Comment49 Views

Couldn't make it to the conference this year? Feast your eyes upon these interesting videos from oSC 2014...


openSUSE Conference 2014: Day 2

Apr 28, 20141 Comment49 Views

The second day of openSUSE Conference 2014 opened with a keynote presentation by Michael Meeks about 'The Document Foundation and LibreOffice'.


openSUSE Conference 2014: Day 1

Apr 28, 2014No Comments50 Views

If you could not make it to openSUSE 2014, you can attend the conference online from the live streaming that is set up in the


openSUSE Conference 2014 kicks off in Dubro...

Apr 25, 20141 Comment56 Views

There is streaming of the talks available during the event. You can find the feeds on bambuser.


Google Web Designer made available for Linu...

Apr 24, 20147 Comments106 Views

The distributions now supported are Ubuntu, Debian, OpenSUSE, and Fedora.