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Alin Marin Elena

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ready for 42...
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Love the idea, hate the "name".
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Victor Hck

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Which dbus library does #NetworkManager  use?
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+Nehemiah Dacres  Yes. this got nothing to do with the desktop you are running.
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Yogesh Kotadiya

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Great News, Thank you +openSUSE Developers.
The first rolling-release distro with GCC 5 by default
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RenE J.V. Bertin's profile photoLeonard König's profile photoJavier Novella's profile photo
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+RenE J.V. Bertin Hm, but the GCC ABI changes some times so one would at least put down a list which GCC ABI version corresponds to which Clang one
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Steven Hess

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openSUSE Tshirts?
I Google returns hits. 
I am in the USA. Who's reputable?
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+Richard Brown Any place selling quality hats?  I've seen pictures of ones as part of a promotion pack from SUSE but they aren't available online anywhere.
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Great article from +SUSE's documentation team lead, +Markus Feilner, on +openSUSE's openQA project (which does automated software testing) in the June issue of +Linux Pro Magazine.
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Pedro Rosado

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From a few days back, after using Plasma for a few minutes some of its feature stop working. Can't switch virtual desktop, widgets and panels stop responding. If a want to start a program have to go through Krunner. Have anybody ran to this? If there any solution? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
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Update. It seem that the problem was KDE Connect for some weird reason. After I remove it from my computer the problem disappeared. I reported to KDE Bug Tracker.
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Yogesh Kotadiya

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Yesterday i said "Gnome is fast and smooth" and today i got the
White Screen of Death ;P
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Try creating a new user and login as that new user. See if the issue exists for that new user. If not, the origin of the issue is in your homedir, otherwise there's something wrong in your install. 
Also check ~/.xsession-errors-:0
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Doctor Who

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openSUSE French banner for booth 100 x 200 cm inspired by latest amazing Cheat Sheet by official openSUSE team +  http://opensuse.github.io/branding-guidelines/ with official palette and some awesome SVG icons.
Could make an English version if someone is interested and share SVG source file.
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Victor Hck

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Please vote for the best June #openSUSE   screenshot!!
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I support the only Gnome screenshot ! Go maniak :P
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Stefan Ivić

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openSUSE 42 will be a  long-term type release with enduring updates and maintenance commitments by the community and SUSE.

https://news.opensuse.org/2015/06/26/work-begins-on-totally-new-opensuse-release/
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Yogesh Kotadiya's profile photoChristian Jäger's profile photoGertjan Lettink (Knurpht)'s profile photo
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I'd suggest using the name Opensuse was really supposed to inherit when SUSE's sources were opened initially: SUSE Linux.

That's arguably a much stronger brand name than any variant of 'Opensuse XYZ'; plus it nicely expresses the distribution's position vis-a-vis the enterprise distribution and Tumbleweed, which could than simply be called 'Opensuse'.

This would then mean:

SUSE Linux Enterprise <---> SUSE Linux <---> Opensuse


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Alphatier Wolf

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Where is Release Roadmap for 13.3 or 14.1?
Is OpenSuse dead?
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+Richard Brown ah, ok. Thanks for the info :-)
I'm currently not rly up2date. PC is currently away for 3 weeks :-/
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Dale Ritchey

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+Dale Ritchey
I think i need an account somewhere
or a detailed commandline from you ?!
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Does anyone know if there is a widget or addon for KDE or just in general that shows that caps locks or num lock is on, preferably its always visible even when windows are full screen, I have a Logitech K330 wireless keyboard with no LEDs and im constantly failing passwords cause i cant tell if cap locks is on. Thanks in advance :)
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+Gerrit A. Smit perfect this is exactly what I wanted!! Thanks a bunch!
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Sunil Kumar

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upgrade kernel OpenSUSE 13.2

I had updated the kernel of OpenSUSE from 3.16.6-2-desktop to 4.1.0-rc7-1.gabe587d-desktop.

Provided are below steps, if anyone looking on HOW-TO, could be your reference. 
OpenSUSE 13.2 had it's kernel version 3.16.6-2, I have upgraded the latest kernel version 4.1.0-rc7-1.  Below are the steps involved : 1. Make sure you retain multiple kernel configurations in /etc/zypp/zypp.conf whic...
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Victor Hck

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Hey Geekos!! it's time to share your June desktop screenshot, and win a geek reward!!

Check this out!
- https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/507881-June-new-month-new-screenshot-contest-same-fun!!
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Yuri Shishenko

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Why is there no GCC 4.9 in Tumbleweed repos? It presents in 13.2 repos but not in Tumbleweed?
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we have gcc 5.0 and our (still default) 4.8. if you need gcc49 you need to take it from devel:gcc
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Yogesh Kotadiya

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Gnome is beautiful, fast and smooth in openSUSE.
Paper GTK, Paper Icons
#opensuse   #gnome  
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+Yogesh Kotadiya I've just got a new MotherBoard ( Gigabyte H97-DH3 ) with a new iCore 7 4790; Okay my old iCore 5 2500K is better on overclock but I can feel the difference in general with the i7 4790.  The mobo ( H97DH3 ) is cheaper than my old MOBO ( Asus P8 Z77 v-le-plus ) but it's Power On Boot is faster, and USB devices aren't randomly switched off anymore. And the Ethernet on the DH3 is e1000e instead of rt8111/rt8168 which does not work with kernel's stock r8169 ; 
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Efstathios Iosifidis
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Wayland!!!
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+Efstathios Iosifidis​ did you tried more things on wayland?
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