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openSUSE is one of the most popular Linux distributions; SUSE started off as a UNIX consulting group and released their first version of SUSE Linux in 1994 which was based on SLS & Slackware. SUSE was acquired by Novell at the end of 2003 and their SUSE Linux Enterprise is based on SUSE Linux. Novell created a new project known as openSUSE in 2005, intending to build a community of developers around OpenSUSE. openSUSE comes with an excellent system and package management tool called YaST2 which makes it extremely easy to administer an openSUSE Linux system.

opensuse 10.3 dvd exampleBuy SUSE Linux 10.3

openSUSE 10.3 was released on October 4th 2007 and comes in either KDE or Gnome Live CDs (which also have an installation option), KDE or Gnome install CDs, or a DVD which contains both window environments, and both OSS and non OSS software. The 1 CD sets contain only OSS software; the 2 CD sets also contain non OSS and proprietary software; most people will want the 2 CD set or DVD.

Read the release announcement and the press release on the openSUSE and Novell websites for more information. The openSUSE Community website has details about insatalling "restricted" formats and how to install NVIDIA drivers on the openSUSE website.

32 bit and 64 bit? If the processor in your computer is an AMD64 or an Intel64 then you can use the 64 bit version. All other computers should use the 32 bit version. If in doubt about which to buy, choose the 32 bit version as it will work on both types.

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Your SUSE DVD or CDs are created using high quality Taiyo Yuden DVDs or Verbatim DataLifePlus CDs. They are sent in a DVD sized case as shown below which holds either the single DVD, single CD or 2 CDs. The case is then shipped bubble wrapped in a plastic waterproof mailer.

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suse 10.2 dvd exampleBuy SUSE Linux 10.2

openSUSE 10.2 was released on December 7th 2006 and is available for x86 (Intel 32-bit and AMD 32-bit processors), x86-64 (AMD64 and Intel EM64T processors) and PPC (ie Apple Mac computers). If you are not sure what you should order then order the x86 version.

Click here for information about how to install flash, Java, RealPlayer, DVD playback etc to your SUSE 10.2 installation.

The release announcement is available here

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Your SUSE DVD or CDs are created using high quality Taiyo Yuden DVDs or Verbatim DataLifePlus CDs. They are sent in a DVD sized case as shown below which holds either the single DVD or 6 CDs if you order a CD set. The case is then shipped bubble wrapped in a plastic waterproof mailer.

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suse 10.0 dvd exampleBuy SUSE Linux 10.1 Remastered

SUSE 10.1 "Remastered" was released on October 13th 2006, and is the full 10.1 release along with all online updates up to October 9th 2006. If you specifically need the original version of SUSE 10.1 then you can order it further below, otherwise you are advised to buy this version.

SUSE 10.1 is available for x86 (Intel 32-bit and AMD 32-bit processors), x86-64 (AMD64 and Intel EM64T processors) and PPC (ie Apple Mac computers). If you are not sure what you should order then order the x86 version. The release announcement is available here.

Please note, SUSE Linux does not contain MPlayer or the ability to play DVDs. Please use the following links for information about how to set these up: installing mplayer; installing DVD, MP3, Flash etc support

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suse 10.0 dvd exampleBuy SUSE Linux 10.1

SUSE 10.1 was released on May 11th 2006 and is available for x86 (Intel 32-bit and AMD 32-bit processors), x86-64 (AMD64 and Intel EM64T processors) and PPC (ie Apple Mac computers). If you are not sure what you should order then order the x86 version. The release announcement is available here.

The 5 CD sets are the downloadable OSS edition, and lack some packages for licensing reasons. Many of these, like Java, Adobe Acrobat Reader and RealPlayer, are not included. The 6 CD sets contain this software on a separate "commercial" software add ons CD; it is recommended you order the 6 CD set and not the 5 CD set.

The DVD version contains the same files as all 6 CDs.

Please note, either version (OSS only, or OSS and Add Ons) do not contain MPlayer or the ability to play DVDs. Please use the following links for information about how to set these up: installing mplayer; installing DVD, MP3, Flash etc support

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suse 10.0 dvd exampleBuy OpenSUSE 10.0

SUSE 10.0 was released on October 6th 2005 and is available for x86 (Intel 32-bit and AMD 32-bit processors), x86-64 (AMD64 and Intel EM64T processors) and PPC (ie Apple Mac computers). If you are not sure what you should order then order the x86 version.

These CDs and DVDs are the downloadable OSS edition, and lack some packages for licensing reasons. Many of these, like Java and Eclipse, can be installed via package repositories. For more information about adding Packman and other repositories for this other software go here.

We have 63 screenshots of SUSE 10.0. These cover installing SUSE and running KDE and using YAST to configure the system.

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The following pages contain complete RPM package lists for each CD in the SUSE 10.0 release: i386: Disk 1, Disk 2, Disk 3, Disk 4, Disk 5 x86-64: Disk 1, Disk 2, Disk 3, Disk 4, Disk 5 ppc: Disk 1, Disk 2, Disk 3, Disk 4, Disk 5

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Buy SUSE Linux 9.3

SUSE Linux 9.3 was released on April 15th 2005 and made available for free public download on June 27th 2005. The Live DVD versions do not actually install SUSE Linux on your computer and can be used to simply evaluate it and test out your hardware. To install SUSE Linux you need to purchase the 5 CD Set or the Install DVD for x86 and amd64; the one DVD contains the necessary packages for both platforms, whereas the CD set is available for the x86 platform only.

SUSE Linux requires a Pentium or higher processor, Duron, Athlon, Athlon XP, Athlon MP, Athlon 64, Sempron or higher processor.

We have 111 screenshots of SUSE Professional 9.3. These cover installing SUSE and running KDE and using YAST to configure the system.

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The following pages contain complete RPM package lists for each CD in the SUSE 9.3 release: i386: Disk 1, Disk 2, Disk 3, Disk 4, Disk 5

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Buy SUSE Linux 9.2

SUSE Linux 9.2 was released on October 25th 2004 and comes with KDE 3.3.0, Gnome 2.6.1, xorg 6.8.1, Evolution 2.0.1, Firefox 0.10, Mozilla 1.7.2 and the Gimp 2.0.4. The DVD installer will install on both amd64 / x86_64 and i386 systems.

The Live DVD comes with both Gnome and KDE, the live Gnome CD with Gnome only and the live KDE CD with KDE only. The live audio CD comes with a guided tour which provides many demo scripts that launch several programs and establish audio and MIDI connections. The live CDs cannot be used to install SUSE to your system.

SUSE Linux requires a Pentium or higher processor, Duron, Athlon, Athlon XP, Athlon MP, Athlon 64, Sempron or higher processor.

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The following pages contain package lists for each platform on the SUSE 9.2 install DVD: i586, amd64

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