By: jlove

May 24, 2017 9:09 am

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How Low Can You Go?

Every since my days on dial-up internet and telnet MUD’s, I’ve always been interested in low-bandwidth utilities. After all, not every user get’s to live in an area that provides unlimited high-speed broadband. Some, like those who depend on cellular or satellite internet, have to choose between work and watching a few YouTube videos. This […]

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By: chabowski

May 17, 2017 5:12 am

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LinuxFest Northwest 2017 Was a Family Affair

The following article has been contributed by Carla Schroder, Technical Writer at the SUSE Documentation Team.     LinuxFest Northwest 2017 was a real family affair, and attended by wider variety of attendees than I am used to seeing at FOSS conferences. There were many families there with young children, activities for the kids, and […]

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By: jlove

April 19, 2017 3:30 pm

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OpenSUSE Hidden Gems: LyX

Linux distributions are generally full of packages that have specific uses that most people don’t need or maybe they just don’t know that they need. In my previous post I wrote about QPhotoRec which I had never used before my little accident that actually saved me a huge headache. I didn’t know that this application existed until […]

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By: jlove

April 13, 2017 8:43 am

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I deleted everything.

I goofed. I’m an avid hobbyist photographer and I happen to live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Needless to say, I take a lot of pictures. Recently I upgraded the drive in my home desktop from a slow HDD to 256G SSD. My workflow is like this: I take pictures, […]

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By: jlove

April 6, 2017 7:39 am

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By: chabowski

April 5, 2017 8:04 am

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Linux Has Won: Lessons from Hosting a Panel with Industry Leaders

The following article has been contributed by Markus Feilner, Team Lead Documentation at SUSE.      Some days ago at CeBIT, I was once more allowed to host a panel discussion with industry leaders. And not surprisingly, the topic was: Enterprise Open Source. But something was different this year: There was no objection any more. […]

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By: chabowski

March 20, 2017 2:28 am

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Raspberry Pi Geek Loves (open)(S)US(E)

The following article has been contributed by Dmitri Popov, Technical Writer at the SUSE Documentation Team.    Good news for those who are interested in running openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on a Raspberry Pi. Issue #21 of the Raspberry Pi Geek magazine already introduced openSUSE Leap 42.2 by providing it as cover DVD and via an overview […]

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By: jlove

March 13, 2017 7:11 am

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Make Windows green again – Part 5

Here we are, part 5 of the “Make Windows green again” blog series hot off the press and maybe things so aren’t as shiny anymore as initially thought? In part 1 we discussed how to inject openSUSE Leap into WSL, we then discussed in part 2 how to get the user setup right again. Part […]

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By: chabowski

March 13, 2017 3:48 am

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GNU Health, openSUSE Pioneer Shift in Healthcare Management

The following article has been contributed by Douglas DeMaio, openSUSE PR Expert at SUSE. It was first published on March 13th at https://news.opensuse.org.     You might already have read about it: the openSUSE project recently announced it has donated 10 Raspberry Pis to help expand the use and development of the GNU Health Project, one of many noble […]

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By: chabowski

March 9, 2017 11:23 am

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Students Day at SUSE – More Talents in Sight

This guest article has been contributed by Christian Bruckmayer, Web Development Engineer at the Build Solutions team at SUSE.   The last two weeks, the University of Applied Science in Nuremberg, in cooperation with Bavarian companies, organized the so-called student days. This initiative offers students the possibility to visit different companies and get in touch with […]

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