Following a shorter-than-usual development cycle, the popular openSUSE Linux distribution has released openSUSE 12.3, bringing a host of updates and improvements for the desktop, servers, and the cloud. The previous release, openSUSE 12.2, was plagued by various delays and ultimately shipped two months late. For the new version …
Net install is still available for those who need a CD-based installation
As always, the NET install CDs are still available, so if a CD is the only option for installation, you can create a network repo from a DVD image (or by mirroring the repository directly) or install over the Internet and download a ~200-250 MB ISO to get the installation started.
Installed this yesterday....
Seems a lot more polished than previous versions, the tweaks to KDE4 are very nice.
Well done all at OS
I have 12.3 running in a VirtualBox VM on the Win7 gaming box. Everything feels faster than the equivalent apps on the base Windows system.
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