Linux OpenSUSE
Category: Popular distributions
OpenSUSE, formerly SUSE Linux and SuSE Linux Professional, is a Linux distribution sponsored by SUSE Software Solutions Germany GmbH (formerly SUSE Linux GmbH) and other companies. Its "Leap" version has a common code base and is a direct upgrade option for commercially produced SUSE Linux Enterprise, effectively making openSUSE Leap a non-commercial version of the product for enterprises. It is widely used around the world. The goal of its development is to create useful open source tools for developers and system administrators, while providing a user-friendly desktop environment and a feature-rich server environment.

The first version of the community project was the beta version of SUSE Linux 10.0. The current stable permanent release is openSUSE Leap 15.1. The community project offers an updated version called openSUSE Tumbleweed. It is based on a rolling database of programming code called "Factory". Other tools and applications related to the openSUSE project are YaST, Open Build Service, openQA, Snapper, Machinery, Portus and KIWI.

This stable and versatile distribution is intended for both beginners and advanced users. Its advantage is a few dozen of graphical modules enabling system configuration. It focuses not only on ease of use but also on security. The distribution uses the YAST and RPM package manager. The installation CD contains Firefox, LibreOffice and many other programs. You can choose from a collection of packages that you can install using a friendly wizard.
Quick Review:
Type of product:

OS (Operating system)

Developed by:

OpenSUSE Project

Type of interface:

GUI (graphical) or textually


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⦁ Additional informations about files:
If you have trouble choosing the right version of the system to download, please refer to the markings below:

⦁ [Wielojęzykowy/Multilangual]: the system contains all the language packages, you can choose any one during installation.

⦁ x86 or 32-bit: The system is compatible with a 32-bit processor architecture. They do not support 64-bit architecture. They can use up to 4 GB of RAM.

⦁ x64 or 64-bit - System compatible with 64-bit processor architecture. Some systems (older than Vista/7) do not support 32-bit systems

⦁ x86-64- Multi-architecture edition of the program. You can choose it if you do not know what CPU architecture your computer has.

⦁ (alt): alternative system image to download, no different from the original, it is a copy/reupload

⦁ LiveCD: image of the lifeboat

⦁ PowerPC: a system image designed for processors contained in PowerPC computers, e.g: Macinthosh

⦁ File preview icon:
                      IMG- floppy disk image. You can use it in a virtual machine, or use a special program to extract files.

                  ISO/MDF- ready to burn to disk, create bootable media or use in a virtual machine. It can also be used in a program to emulate virtual drives and discs.

      7Z, ZIP, RAR- compressed archive. To access the file, use a program to compress the files, e.g: WinRAR, 7-ZIP- please use file archiver program to open it.

To quickly find the image, press [Ctrl+F] on your keyboard and enter the keyword in the search field. This will highlight the images that contain the entered keyword.