Gerald Pfeifer
By: Gerald Pfeifer

March 3, 2021 3:40 pm

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Closing the Leap Gap

Tim Irnich, Developer Community Architect at SUSE, coauthored this post.  Today the openSUSE project announced the start of the public beta phase for openSUSE Leap 15.3. This release is an important milestone for openSUSE and SUSE, our users and customers: Leap 15.3 is the first release where openSUSE Leap and SUSE Linux […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

January 20, 2021 3:31 pm

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How SUSE builds its Enterprise Linux distribution – PART 5

This is the fifth blog of a series that provides insight into SUSE Linux Enterprise product development. You will get a first-hand overview of SUSE, the SLE products, what the engineering team does to tackle the challenges coming from the increasing pace of open source projects, and the new requirements from our customers, partners and […]

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Dmitri Popov
By: Dmitri Popov

November 26, 2020 9:25 am

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Run Pi-hole as a container with Podman on openSUSE

There is arguably no better way to protect devices on your local network from unwanted content than Pi-hole. Add a machine running Pi-hole to your network, and it will quietly scrub all incoming traffic from pesky stuff like ads and trackers in the background. As the name suggests, Pi-hole was initially designed to run on […]

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Meike Chabowski
By: Meike Chabowski

September 30, 2020 6:40 pm

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Running Visual Studio Code on a VPS with openSUSE

The following article has been contributed by Dmitri Popov, Technical Writer at the SUSE Documentation team.         If you happen to use Visual Studio Code as your preferred writing and coding tool and you want to access it from anywhere, code-server can come in rather handy. Install […]

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Brice Dekany
By: Brice Dekany

July 15, 2020 5:02 pm

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How to become an openSUSE contributor?

Do you have to be an expert developer to contribute to an open source project? Quick answer: no. Actually it's the opposite. When you join an open source project and its community you have the opportunity to level up from a beginner to a master of code. Read French Version here. The best way to […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

April 17, 2020 1:14 pm

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SLE 15 SP2 Schedule and Closing the (openSUSE) Leap Gap

  We are finally able to clarify the SLE 15 SP2 Beta Schedule and announce an exciting new project, called Closing the Leap Gap. SLE 15 SP2 Beta Schedule First thing first, you will find below the new schedule and milestones: Public Beta - Feb 07th, 2020 Public Release Candidate 1 - April 24th, […]

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Meike Chabowski
By: Meike Chabowski

April 9, 2020 5:34 pm

10,770 views

Creating Virtual WLAN Interfaces

This article has been contributed by Felix Niederwanger, Software Engineer at SUSE.     Overview When it comes to testing and virtual devices for testing purposes, the Linux kernel is always a surprisingly rich source. I’m at the moment working on setting up an openQA test for wpa_supplicant, probably the most […]

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Marco Varlese
By: Marco Varlese

March 25, 2020 10:44 am

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Containers building with the Open Build Service

If you are interested in containers building, maintenance and publishing then this video tutorial might be for you. It depicts the journey of a developer using the Open Build Service [1] to create and publish a container based solution using KIWI [2]. I hope you can enjoy the video and I look forward to any […]

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Marco Varlese
By: Marco Varlese

March 20, 2020 4:02 pm

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Artificial Intelligence: do it with SUSE!

This is a follow-up post after the first one posted two weeks ago. With Tensorflow 2.1 finally landing in Package Hub [1], SUSE offers a wide variety of tools and frameworks on their both free and commercial products. In the past week, we updated the v1 API of Tensorflow to its latest stable release […]

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Marco Varlese
By: Marco Varlese

March 3, 2020 2:12 pm

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Machine Learning with openSUSE

Packages, containers and more! In the past few weeks, many engineers have been working hard to create a foundation in Tumbleweed, the openSUSE rolling-release version, for a variety of Machine Learning frameworks and tools. They span from Tensorflow 1.13.2 to ONNX 1.6, Caffe, Theano and RStudio (both desktop and server editions). […]

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