Tag Archives: OpenSUSE

Installing OpenSUSE Leap 15.0 — Gotchas

If you are looking for an installation walkthrough, it’s easy to find the official documentation. There’s not much reason to change the defaults unless you already know more than I can tell you about it. The goal here is to … Continue reading

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Catching Loose Ends

I’m not going to say they are all related, but a bunch of changes have presented themselves to me lately, things that demanded decisions. Somehow I sense the biggest is yet to come, so I’m trying to take care of … Continue reading

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Of Trees and Technology (Updated)

I don’t take myself that seriously, so if you are amused, I’ll laugh along with you. So, for example, as a pretty serious woodsman with hand tools, you should not be surprised if I tell you that trees talk to … Continue reading

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OpenSUSE KDE Desktop

I sincerely want you to have an easy time migrating from Windows to Linux. I still maintain that OpenSUSE is the shortest path of migration for Windows users, even more than Kubuntu. That’s because with the YaST configuration tool, there … Continue reading

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OpenSUSE 13:1 Partitioning

The default for installing is to shrink any existing partitions for whatever OS is already on the machine. You could simply overwrite any previous OS, but then SUSE pushes on you a partition scheme that I find hard to use. … Continue reading

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Another Migration Option: OpenSUSE

If you are considering migrating from Windows to Linux, how about OpenSUSE? OpenSUSE is the free version of SUSE Linux. It is not all that well known in the US; it’s based in Germany. Among Linux users, it’s generally considered … Continue reading

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