OpenSUSE 11.3 Released
Whether you use OpenSUSE or not you undoubtedly have heard what today is. And if not, it’s the release of OpenSUSE 11.3! OpenSUSE uses the KDE desktop but presents a nice version of GNOME, XFCE, and for the first time in version OpenSUSE 11.3 you’ll find a LXDE version. Before you install OpenSUSE 11.3 you’ll need to download or buy OpenSUSE 11.3 on DVD or CD. XFCE is only available on the OpenSUSE 11.3 DVD release. During Installation you’ll find a new feature that allows the use of the the BtrFS filesystem which is a cutting edge option with several high end features and advantages. BtrFS is a highly experimental feature however, so use it with caution.
Here’s a list of the other popular features you’ll find in OpenSUSE 11.3:
- GNOME 2.30.1
- KDE SC 4.4.4
- Btrfs filesystem
- Netbook support
- the 2.6.34 Linux kernel
- SpiderOak file syncing
- Rosegarden audio editor
- Mozilla, Firefox, GoogleCL and Thunderbird Updates
- And Much More. (Read the official Release Announcement)
You can find a full OpenSUSE 11.3 Review over at EasyLinuxCDs. Don’t forget to share your comments and opinions about OpenSUSE 11.3 in the box below.