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[News] OpenSUSE Gets a Lift from the Linux Foundation

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The Linux Foundation Adds the openSUSE Build Service to its Developer Network

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| One of the first announcements rolling out of the Linux Collaboration Summit 
| in San Francisco this morning is the Linux Foundation's addition of the 
| openSUSE Build Service (OBS) to its Linux Developer Network. The Foundation 
| plans to provide an interface to the OBS via the LDN site to aid developers 
| wishing to package their projects for all of the major Linux distributions.    


OpenSUSE Build Service adds ARM support

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| The OpenSUSE Build Service was released in a 1.6 version that adds ARM 
| support to the community distro. Meanwhile, the Linux Foundation (LF) 
| announced that the service will be incorporated in its Linux Developer 
| Network (LDN), enabling "software to be packaged for all major Linux 
| distributions," says the LF.    


Dell thin clients pre-loaded with Suse Linux 

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| Southern African IT distributor Workgroup is anticipating growth in the South 
| African Linux thin client market and says that Dell’s OptiPlex FX160 devices 
| will be available locally pre-installed with Suse Linux Enterprise Thin 
| Client.   



Building Linux Software the easy way: OpenSUSE Build Service

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| Let’s say you want to write an easy-to-install program for any Linux
| distribution. That’s a a problem. There is no single, easy way to install
| software for all versions of Linux OpenSUSE thinks it has an answer: the
| openSUSE Build Service.
| The openSUSE project, the community Linux distribution supported by Novell,
| announced the release of its openSUSE Build Service 1.0 on July 7th. The
| first major release of the Build Service provides developers with direct
| access to the code repositories for the openSUSE Linux distribution.



openSUSE 11.0; KDE 4.1 Improvements

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| So far I’ve been really impressed with the latest release. Not only have the
| reviews been pretty much consistently positive because of some of the shiny
| new features (like installer and fast package management), but also in
| general it’s just running very well. I installed it on some 10 different
| desktop and laptop machines over the past few weeks, and every single one has
| gone very smoothly.

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