OpenSUSE Leap 15.3 Getting Started Guide
The latest release of openSUSE Leap 15.3 brings the stability of SUSE Linux Enterprise to the community distro.
Getting Started with openSUSE Tumbleweed in 2020
OpenSUSE easily remains my favorite Fedora alternative. Its a fast, feature filled, professional Linux distribution with strong corporate backing and awesome developers.
Linux Friendly Cloud Services in 2020
There are so many cloud services, its practically raining them. Bah duh. Awful dad joke aside, there are countless cloud services that allow for seamless syncing from device to device. What is lacking, however, is Linux compatible services. Most popular services like Google Drive, OneDrive, or iCloud only work with Windows and MacOS. Being the […]
Or should I say “Goodbye Ubuntu?” I have been using Ubuntu steadily since 4.10 Warty Warthog. Ubuntu installed easily and I even got my laptop wireless card to work at a time when it required crazy configuration and extracting Windows drivers. I still tried other distros during that time even running some for a good […]
How to Install RPMs on openSUSE
I may have been harsh and quick to judge openSUSE when I said it failed to install RPMs. I may have even taken a lot of heat for it. Okay, a lot of heat. Non repository RPMs will install on openSUSE but it is not as straightforward as it should be. It involves ignoring KDE’s […]
Top Reasons to Choose openSUSE in 2020
OpenSUSE is often overlooked and underappreciated in the Linux world. Its a truly great Linux distribution that deserves a chance. These are the top reasons why you should try openSUSE.
OpenSUSE Software Install Failures
Sometimes Linux distros just fail and openSUSE is no exception. This is my experience attempting to install software in openSUSE Leap 15.2 using One Click Install and RPMs. Update: a partial solution.
Linux Sync Services
I love syncing data. I really do. Its simplified life from copying files to a flash drive to move from one computer to another. And then when I adopted my first smartphones (Palm Centro, Palm Pre) it was a hassle carrying data with me. I would take a picture and then need a data cable […]