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by Rob Zwetsloot
The openSUSE Summit has only just finished, and openSUSE 13.1 has been released to coincide with it, featuring new cloud technology and ARM compatibility

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by Rob Zwetsloot
We’re back from our brief visit to SUSECon 2013, where SUSE and its partners showed that open source is the way forward for business and computing

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by Rob Zwetsloot
The first day of SUSECon is under way, with breakout sessions still running after a fantastic keynote showing off the partnerships and technology that SUSE powers

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by Rob Zwetsloot
It’s press day at SUSECon, and there were some announcements made to accompany it

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by Koen Vervloesem
SLES 11 SP2 adds a new kernel, support for Btrfs and LXC, and Snapper to manage snapshots and rollbacks. Koen Vervloesem explains all…

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by Russell Barnes
Today, the world’s fourth largest stock exchange opened with the support of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. According to Novell, the newly installed open source system will help the Exchange to effectively manage the high volume of traffic passing through its systems in record-breaking time…

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by Russell Barnes
openSUSE Community Manager, Jos Poortvliet, recently interviewed Jeff Hawn, the Chairman and CEO of Attachmate Corporation about Attachmate’s intentions towards SUSE and openSUSE after the acquisition from Novell. Though Hawn’s plans should put a few minds at ease, there’s still quite a few unknowns to contend with, including the future of the openSUSE Conference…

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by Russell Barnes
Novell have today announced their intention to release SUSE MeeGo as a fully supported netbook OS. Novell expect SUSE MeeGo, which is built on the codestream from the MeeGo Project established by a collaboration between Intel and Nokia, to be pre-installed on a wide variety of devices from OEMS in the next twelve months.

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Posted by Russell Barnes
Greg Kroah-Hartman is a Linux kernel maintainer, and head of the Linux Drivers Project. He is a Novell Fellow, and works on the SUSE distribution for that company. We talked to him about his work past, present and future on the Linux kernel…

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