OpenSUSE Project Releases openSUSE 13.2


The Geeko chameleon climbs to a higher branch, with faster boot time and improved virtualization tools.

The openSUSE project has announced the release of openSUSE 13.2. The latest version is the first release since the change to a rolling-release production format. OpenSUSE is a community distro based on the enterprise-grade SUSE Linux codebase, which has been around since the early days of Linux. According to openSUSE leader Ancor González Sosa, the new release provides “… the perfect balance between innovation and staibility with the greatest level of freedom of choice that openSUSE users are used to.”
The new edition offers the powerful Btrfs as the default filesystem, integrated with the Snapper tool for managing filesystem snapshots, and supports the innovative Dracut framework for shorter boot time. Also included with the release are the KDE 4.14 and Gnome 3.14 desktops, along with MATE 1.8 and several other popular desktop alternatives. The release also comes with Docker 1.2 and many virtualization enhancements, along with improvements to SUSE’s signature YaST management utility.
See the release notes for more information on openSUSE 13.2.


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