2 Minute Linux Review: openSUSE Tumbleweed 2023

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openSUSE Tumbleweed is a rolling release version of the openSUSE Linux distribution, which offers the latest stable versions of all software packages without relying on rigid periodic release cycles. It is based on Factory, the main development codebase of openSUSE, and it is updated frequently after thorough testing and quality assurance through their openQA program. … Read more

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 … Read more

Hello openSUSE

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 … Read more