The new version of OpenSUSE was launched
Available for download a new version of Linux distribution OpenSUSE, whose development is sponsored by the company Novell. The version 11.4 is based on Linux kernel 2.6.37 and is available in four versions for x86 platforms and x86-64.The OpenSUSE 11.4 includes a number of innovations that enhance performance and scalability and reduce load time. This is the first major distribution OpenSUSE, which includes a stable version of the LibreOffice, and Firefox 4.0 with a completely revamped user interface.
The composition of the distribution is included and the first jasminelive version of the popular desktop publishing system open source Scribus, based on Qt4. It is also added a new driver for wireless networks Broadcom, which allows multiple notebooks to work without additional settings. As yet, openSUSE 11.4 offers a wide range of streamate options for the business desktop from full KDE Plasma and GNOME to XFCE compact and LXDE. Meanwhile, the OpenSUSE Project has launched the so-called. “Rolling-release” distribution OpenSUSE Tumbleweed – it requires constant renewal instead of major changes from version to version.