geeko04 Oct 2007 Novell announced the availability of openSUSE 10.3, the newest version of the community Linux distribution.

Announced features:

On the desktop

  • opensuse 10.3 gnome desktop Beautiful Green Artwork
  • KDE 3.5.7
  • GNOME 2.20
  • GTK YaST
  • 1-Click Install
  • Multimedia
  • New/Redesigned YaST Modules
  • Compiz and Compiz Fusion
  • Virtualisation
  • 2.3

Behind the Scenes

  • animation explode New Package Management
  • Greatly Improved Boot Time
  • Linux
  • GCC 4.2
  • libZYpp 3.26.2

Downloadable CD and DVD images are here.
Screenshots are here.

Useful links (for newbies and not):

openSUSE Community
Nvidia Graphics Driver Custom Install
ATI Graphics Driver Custom Install
Intel Graphics Driver under openSUSE
Checking for hardware compatiblity under openSUSE
Wireless under openSUSE
Installing a Webcam under openSUSE
Scanner working under openSUSE
Basic openSUSE concepts for the Windows users migrating to openSUSE
NTFS under openSUSE
Guidance for printing under Linux




  1. October 5, 2007  1:58 pm by The IT Guy Reply

    I will be the first to admit that I'm not a linux genius or even an experienced user but Suse has always been high on my list for distros. It runs great on my Thinkpad X60s with full wireless support out of the box. I have an enterprise copy but that's just because I felt like supporting the cause. Ubuntu would be a close second for me. The polish on Suse is nothing short of what you would expect from a corporate distro and it makes Redhat look cheesy to me.

  2. October 5, 2007  9:19 pm by admin Reply

    Hi The IT Guy,

    Thank you for your comment, I completely agree with you that SUSE is outstanding Linux distributive. No doubts. But every thing has it's own benefits and disadvantages, in regards to openSUSE it means that this OS is the most suitable for Desktops and/or laptops only. It's my opinion of course. :)

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