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How to Install and Use Podman in OpenSUSE Leap 15.3

In this guide we will learn how to install Podman in openSUSE Leap. Podman is a container engine that’s compatible with the OCI Containers specification. It is part of RedHat Linux, but can also be installed on other distributions. As it’s OCI-compliant, Podman can be used as a drop-in replacement for the better-known Docker runtime. Most Docker […]

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How To Find Package Version In Linux

This guide describes how to find a package version in Linux distributions such as Alpine Linux, Arch Linux, Debian, RHEL, Fedora, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, and openSUSE.
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openSUSE is Looking for Candidates to Run for Its Board

Two seats on the board at openSUSE are up for grabs. Candidates will be announced on November 22, and voting begins on December 13.
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openSUSE Leap vs Tumbleweed: Which One to Use?

If you are new to SUSE, it is easy to get confused between Tumbleweed and Leap. Learn the difference between the two and which one should you use.
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LXQt 1.0 Graphics Environment Released

After six months of development, the user environment LXQt 1.0 (Qt Lightweight Desktop Environment) was released, developed by the joint development team of the LXDE and Razor-qt projects. The LXQt interface continues to follow the classic desktop organization, bringing a modern look and feel to enhance the user experience. LXQt is positioned as a lightweight, […]

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How To Install openSUSE Leap 15.3 Desktop – A Step By Step Guide

This guide explains how to download the latest openSUSE version and how to install openSUSE Leap 15.3 desktop edition with screenshots.
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openSUSE Tumbleweed Has Received a Bunch of Updates

The past week produced two openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots and both included a lot of updates for users of KDE. Douglas DeMaio from the openSUSE project has announced the new Tumbleweed snapshots.

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How to Install Visual Studio Code (VS Code) on openSUSE Leap 15

In the following guide, you will learn how to install Visual Code Editor on openSUSE Leap 15.
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GNOME 41 Desktop Lands in openSUSE Tumbleweed, KDE Plasma 5.23 Is Coming Soon

The GNOME 41 desktop environment series was released at the end of September 2021, and is slowly making its way into the stable software repositories of various rolling-release distributions. It still didn’t arrive for Arch Linux users, but it landed i…

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Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux, Part 20 – Running VirtualBox

We will walk you through setting up a virtual machine running openSUSE. The words host and guest distinguish the software running on the machine from the software that runs on the virtual machine. For the purpose of this article, the host machine is ru…

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openSUSE Tumbleweed Now Offering GNOME 41

GNOME 41 is the latest iteration of the popular desktop but has yet to reach the majority of Linux distributions. Fortunately, those anxious to give the desktop a try need to look no further than openSUSE Tumbleweed, which includes the latest and great…

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How to install Blue Recorder, a screen recorder on Linux

Here’s how to install Blue Recorder, a screen recorder, on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, Debian, and openSUSE.
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Testing and Download the KDE Plasma 5.23 Beta Desktop Environment

A beta version of the custom Plasma 5.23 shell is available for testing. You can test the new release through the Live build from the openSUSE project and the build from the project KDE Neon Testing edition.
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How to Upgrade openSUSE Leap from 15.2 to 15.3

This quick tutorial shows you how to upgrade openSUSE Leap from 15.2 to 15.3.
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HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) Drivers Now Support Linux Mint 20.2 and RHEL 8.4

HPLIP 3.21.8 is here almost two months after version 3.21.6, which only added support for the Fedora 34, Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo), openSUSE Leap 15.3, and Debian GNU/Linux 10.9 “Buster” operating systems, and version 3.21.4, which added support for the HP Envy 6400 printer series, to add support for the Linux Mint 20.2 “Uma”, Manjaro […]

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How to Install KDE Plasma in Linux Desktop

The post How to Install KDE Plasma in Linux Desktop first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .KDE is a well-known desktop environment for Unix-like systems designed for users who wants to have a nice desktop environment for their mac…

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How to Roll Back a Snapshot on OpenSUSE

By default, OpenSUSE proposes the Btrfs filesystem for the root partition. One of the great Btrfs features is the built-in snapshots. OpenSUSE automatically creates snapshots for you when you install or change something on your system. As such, the only thing you really need to know is how to roll back a snapshot, to restore […]

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How to Install Microsoft Edge Browser in Linux

Long gone days where Microsoft products are not open-source and architected only for Windows. In their efforts to make a strong footprint in the Linux market, Microsoft has announced on “Microsoft Ignite 2020” Edge
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7 Best Linux Distros For Programmers

Linux distributions allow you to not only browse the web but also to work on any other necessary tasks. The Linux kernel is very flexible and it enables developers to make any modifications and contributions they want. Besides, Linux can run on any har…

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Increase Your Linux Experience 10 Folds with These Distros Sample

The moment an individual hears the word ‘Linux’, his mind starts thinking about the codes and complexities. Are you also one of these? If yes, then the time has come to bust the myth. Gone are the days when Linux was traditionally used just by the code…

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