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Comparing the performance of OpenSUSE, Manjaro Linux, KDE Neon, and Kubuntu. We will review general side-by-side comparisons and in depth benchmarking. Speed test on various distros running #KDE #Plasma. Finding the best preforming #Linux distribution is a difficult thing to do. There are so many factors when trying to figure this out. The most important variable is what desktop environment you want to run. KDE Plasma is a wonderful desktop environments and it comes pre-installed on many Linux distributions. Benchmark Devices: ThinkPad: Lenovo ThinkPad T450, i5-5300U, 8gb DDR3, 256gb SSD Desktop: Asus x570-p, Ryzen 7 3700x, 32gb DDR4, 256gb SSD, GTX 1650 Thankpad Geekbench Results: OpenSUSE - 🤍 Manjaro - 🤍 KDE Neon - 🤍 Kubuntu - 🤍 00:00 - Distributions 00:56 - Devices 01:14 - Install/Boot 01:51 - General Testing 02:55 - GIMP Testing 03:24 - CPU/RAM Benchmark 04:59 - GPU Benchmark 05:54 - Kdenlive Render 06:35 - Basemark Web 06:56 - Geekbench5 07:29 - Conclusions glmark2 OpenGL Benchmarking Geekbench5 Benchmarking Basemark Benchmarking My Workstation (PAID LINKS) RYZEN 7 3700X: 🤍 ASUS PRIME X570-P: 🤍 Phanteks Eclipse P400A: 🤍 GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1650: 🤍 G.SKILL Trident Z Neo: 🤍 WD Blue SN550 1TB: 🤍 Seasonic FOCUS GX-650: 🤍
Filmed in 1920 x 1080 webm. How to Quick Tips for New users for the openSUSE KDE Plasma desktop. Best viewed on large screen. #opensusekdeplasmatips #NewUserQuickTipsForopenSUSEKDEPlasma #HowTipsOnMouseCursors 0:00 - Intro openSUSE the KDE Plasma Quick Tips 0:10 - System Information & Overview 1:30 - LogIn Tips using the YaST Control Center 3:05 - The Alt & F4 command for closing any Window 3:20 - Workspace Behavior Tip 3:58 - Global Theme Tip 5:36 - The File Manager Dolphin Tips & tricks 7:25 - Tip on Mouse Cursors 9:30 - Turning on Hidden view of Files & folders in File Manager 9:40 - Creating the .icons folder for Mouse Cursors 11:24 - The Gnome-Look.org WEB site 12:19 - Tips on Manual downloading & Installing Cursors 19:30 - Tip on creating ShutDown Now Icon 20:42 - The script for ShutDown Now Icon 22:30 - How to create a Desktop Link for the Shutdown Now script 24:40 - Subscribe to Linux for Seniors
OpenSUSE review and demo, including installation, YaST, installing apps, and using the KDE Plasma and Enlightenment desktops. You can learn more about the Odyssey X86J4105 on which I tested openSUSE in my video here: 🤍 If you are interested in Linux, you may also like my videos: Linux Mint 20: My Top Linux Distro: 🤍 Ubuntu 20.04 for Windows Users: 🤍 Zorin OS 15 for Windows Users: 🤍 Linux Tips for MS Office Users: 🤍 Linux Terminal Introduction: 🤍 Running Windows in Linux: 🤍 Finally, my group test of 64-bit operating systems for the Raspberry Pi 4 that I mention at the start of this video is here: 🤍 More videos on computing and related topics can be found at: 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:41 Getting openSUSE 05:40 The openSUSE Experience 10:35 YaST & Apps 13:24 Enlightenment 15:28 Conclusions #openSUSE #Linux #ExplainingComputers
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In This Video We Are Looking At openSUSE Leap 15.5 Beta Is Out, And They Said final release will ship with the latest KDE Plasma 5.27 LTS desktop environment by default. The OpenSUSE 15.5 release candidate period is expected to take place in April. The openSUSE Leap 15.5 stable release is currently marked for 7 June. ► Subscribe me here : 🤍 ► Follow me on Tumblr : 🤍 ► Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 ► Follow me on Pinterest : 🤍 First Look At openSUSE Leap 15.5 BETA With Latest Kde Plasma 5.27 Lts Desktop Environment by Default Click Here to Watch More Entertainment : ► Linux Videos : 🤍 ► Buyer Guide Videos : 🤍 ► Raspberry pi Videos : 🤍 ► Review Videos : 🤍 ► Mozilla Videos : 🤍 ► Vpn Videos : 🤍 ► Ipad Videos : 🤍 ► Mac Os Videos : 🤍 ——Subscribe to stay up to date with the channel! —— Make sure to subscribe to the channel & select the 🔔bell push notifications (click the 🔔BELL icon next to the subscribe button) to be notified immediately when I release a new video. ✅ BE SURE TO LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS!!! If you watched this video and scrolled to the bottom and are reading this I would love to hear from you. If you have any questions give me a shout on social media & I'll try and answer all the questions you might have. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time! “Users who to migrate from previous releases or [openSUSE Leap] 15.5 Alpha can install openSUSE-repos-Leap, which comes with the repo definition and it utilizes the zypp services for repo management; although this feature is not enabled by default,” said Douglas DeMaio. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::; Douglas DeMaio has announced the availability of the beta release of openSUSE 15.5, a distribution also known as "Leap" and developed in parallel with SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE). The release is available for the x86_64, aarch64, PowerPC and s390x architectures. "Leap 15.5 reaches beta phase. The version will offer some newer software versions, but the release is not a feature release. Packages like a newer Mesa and having the OpenH264 repository enabled by default for all new Leap 15.5 installations is planned. Another new element for Leap 15.5 is a migration option. A new single-click migration streamlines a migration process that took three steps in previous openSUSE Leap releases. The users that want to migrate from previous releases or 15.5 alpha can install openSUSE-repos-Leap, which comes with the repo definition and it utilizes zypp services for repo management, although this feature is not enabled by default. However, a zypper-migration-plugin implementation as the main request on the Graphical User Interface has been fulfilled into a separate element related to SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 5. #opensuse #opensuseleap #kdeplasma #kde #linuxdistro Todays Video - openSUSE Leap 15.5 Beta!
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Welcome to our video on the top 9 Linux distributions with KDE Plasma! In this video, we will explore the best Linux distributions that come with the KDE Plasma desktop environment. KDE Plasma is a popular desktop environment for Linux that offers a modern and intuitive interface, customizable features, and a wide range of tools and applications. With so many Linux distributions available, it can be difficult to choose the right one that fits your needs. In this video, we will take a closer look at 9 of the best Linux distributions with KDE Plasma, including their features, performance, and user experience. We will start by exploring Kubuntu, a popular Ubuntu-based distribution with KDE Plasma as its default desktop environment. We will also cover, Kubuntu, openSUSE Leap, Fedora KDE, and Manjaro KDE, among others. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced user, this video is perfect for anyone who wants to explore the best Linux distributions with KDE Plasma. So, sit back, relax, and join us as we explore the top 9 Linux distributions with KDE Plasma. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more exciting content like this. CHAPTERS OF THIS VIDEO 00:00 - Intro Linuxscoop 00:09 - Introduction to KDE Plasma 00:40 - Kubuntu - 🤍 01:42 - KDE Neon - 🤍 02:45 - Manjaro KDE Plasma - 🤍 03:59 - Fedora KDE Plasma - 🤍 05:21 - KaOS linux - 🤍 06:39 - openSUSE KDE Plasma - 🤍 07:47 - Solus KDE Plasma - 🤍 09:22 - MX Linux KDE Plasma - 🤍 09:22 - Endeavour OS KDE Plasma - 🤍 11:51 - Conclusion #KDEPlasma #Linux #OpenSource #linuxscoop Support Linuxscoop on ko-fi: 🤍 STAY connected to our Social Media: Telegram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 📩 Business inquiry: linuxscoops🤍gmail.com Audio
In This Video We Are Looking At openSUSE Leap 15.4 was released with new features and many improvements. Check out the news and find out where to download the distribution. ► Subscribe me here : 🤍 ► Follow me on Tumblr : 🤍 ► Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 ► Follow me on Pinterest : 🤍 Check out what's new in openSUSE Leap 15 4 KDE Plasma Click Here to Watch More Entertainment : ► Linux Videos : 🤍 ► Buyer Guide Videos : 🤍 ► Raspberry pi Videos : 🤍 ► Review Videos : 🤍 ► Mozilla Videos : 🤍 ► Vpn Videos : 🤍 ► Ipad Videos : 🤍 ► Mac Os Videos : 🤍 ——Subscribe to stay up to date with the channel! —— Make sure to subscribe to the channel & select the 🔔bell push notifications (click the 🔔BELL icon next to the subscribe button) to be notified immediately when I release a new video. ✅ BE SURE TO LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS!!! If you watched this video and scrolled to the bottom and are reading this I would love to hear from you. If you have any questions give me a shout on social media & I'll try and answer all the questions you might have. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time! The openSUSE project is a community program sponsored by SUSE Linux and other companies. Promoting the use of Linux anywhere, this program provides easy and free access to openSUSE, a complete distribution of Linux. The openSUSE project has three main objectives: Make openSUSE Linux easier to obtain and the most widely used Linux distribution; Leverage open source collaboration to make openSUSE the world's most usable Linux distribution and desktop environment for new and experienced Linux users; Dramatically simplify and open development and packaging processes to make openSUSE the platform preferred by Linux software developers and vendors. openSUSE Leap is created from the same sources and binary packages as SUSE Linux Enterprise. Now, the openSUSE Project has announced the launch of the openSUSE Leap 15.4 operating system, a major version that brings new features, updated components and many improvements. What's new with openSUSE Leap 15.4 Derived and fully binary identical to the newly released SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP4 (Service Pack 4), openSUSE Leap 15.4 comes a year after the release of openSUSE Leap 15.3 and is powered by the Linux 5.14 kernel series, which is maintained by SUSE. This release comes with a unified feature set as well as a seamless migration experience for those who want to migrate their workloads from commercial Linux Enterprise Server to the free openSUSE Leap operating system. For desktop users, openSUSE Leap 15.4 offers three live editions with the latest series of KDE Plasma 5.24 LTS desktop environments, as well as gnome 41 and Xfce 4.16 desktops. Of course, the Wayland composer's side-by-side Edition Sway 1.6 introduced last year in openSUSE Leap 15.3 is also present. In addition, users will be able to install MATE 1.26, Enlightenment 0.25.3 or Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE) 20.3, the latter being a new offer in openSUSE Leap. The openSUSE project says that: "New and experienced Linux users get the most usable Linux distribution and stabilized operating system with the regular release of openSUSE. Get updates and strengthen your operating system with the latest openSUSE main distribution. Choose your desktop, configure your system, and take advantage of the platform of choice for Linux developers, administrators, and software vendors." Under the hood, there is an updated tool chain consisting of GNU/Linux technologies such as Mesa 21.2.4, systemd 249.10, Python 3.10, PHP 8.1, Perl 5.26.1, Rust 1.59, Ruby 2.5, Go 1.17, OpenSSL 3.0, sudo 1.9.9, and many others. Several AI (Artificial Intelligence) packages are also available in Leap 15.4, including TensorFlow 2.6.2, PyTorch 1.4.0, ONNX 1.6, Grafana 7.5.12, and Prometheus 2.2.3. Download and try openSUSE Leap 15.4 openSUSE Leap 15.4 is available for download as live ISO images pre-installed with KDE Plasma desktop environments, GNOME and Xfce, as well as a Rescue edition, as well as offline installer images for 64-bit desktops, PowerPC servers (ppc64le), 64-bit UEFI ARM servers and desktops (AArch64) and IBM System ze LinuxONE servers (s390x). VM images are also available for download. That said, the ISO images of openSUSE Leap 15.4 can now be downloaded by accessing the distribution download page. #opensuse #opensuseleap #kdeplasma #kde #linux Todays Video - openSUSE Leap 15.4 released with new features and many improvements!
I've been running OpenSuse Tumbleweed for about 90 days now, and I'm still as happy with it as I was at 30 days. It's here to stay.
Thanks to Nandme and their NX7000 toothbrish for making this video possible! Check it here: 🤍 Code: TECHHUT9 (End Oct 6th) Fedora Linux and OpenSUSE are two of the heavyweights in the Linux distro space. In this video we will be over-viewing and comparing the distros talking about some of their similarities and differences. 📖RESOURCES AND MENTIONS OpenSUSE: 🤍 Fedora: 🤍 More insight: 🤍 👏SUPPORT TECHHUT YOUTUBE MEMBER: 🤍 BECOME PATREON: 🤍 DONATE PAYPAL: 🤍 $100 LINODE CREDIT: 🤍 🏆FOLOW TECHHUT JOIN DISCORD: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 MASTODON: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 📷MY GEAR (PAID LINKS) ASUS ROG M16: 🤍 DeepCool MATREXX 40: 🤍 AMD 3700x: 🤍 ASRock B550M: 🤍 G.Skill Trident Z Neo: 🤍 Radeon RX 580: 🤍 Cannon M50: 🤍 Lights: 🤍 Written by PizzaLovingNerd
Hoy os traigo otra revisión de otra distro, en este caso de una que también hace años no probaba, concretamente unos 4 años. #openSUSE #Tumbleweed #KDE #Plasma #linux openSUSE tienes fama de ser una auténtica roca, distro estable y sólida. En este vídeo vamos a ver si es verdad. - openSUSE Tumbleweed 🤍 - Música libre de Audionautix 🤍 Estoy por aquí: - Twitter Personal: 🤍 - Mastodon Personal: 🤍 - Canal de Twitch: 🤍 - Canal de Youtube Personal: 🤍 - Canal de Youtube Salmorejo Geek: 🤍 - Blog Salmorejo Geek: 🤍 - Twitter Salmorejo Geek: 🤍 - Canal Telegram Salmorejo Geek: 🤍 - Donaciones vía Paypal: 🤍
OpenSUSE Tumbleweed with the KDE Plasma desktop in my opinion is a highly under review gem of a distro. In this video I give an in-depth look at the distro including some of the lesser known features of KDE-Plasma! Check out Derek Taylor's Interview with me on DistroTube: 🤍 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL WITH A BREWSKI 🍻 Paypal: 🤍 ⌚ Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 00:22 - Special Shoutout to DistroTube 03:08 - Installing OpenSUSE 09:50 - System Settings: Theming 16:46 - Keyboard Shortcuts 18:05 - SDDM Login Screen 18:38 - Setting a User Avatar 19:09 - Input Devices 19:35 - Display & Monitor & Compositor 20:05 - Power Management 21:02 - YaST - Configure Bootloader Timer 23:05 - Desktop Effects 24:33 - Activities - Creating 29:29 - Selecting an Alternative App Launcher 30:36 - KWIN Scripts - Krohnkite Tiling Windows 34:10 - Discover Package Manager & Zypper 38:40 - Fixing the Theming in LibreOffice 39:50 - Dolphin quick overview of features 41:24 - Moving Open Windows to Other Activities 42:40 - My Thoughts 45:26 - Outro Get OpenSUSE Tumbleweed here: 🤍 Mastodon: 🤍 My eBay search site: 🤍/search Email me here: 🤍 My blog which I haven't updated in a while, but may soon... 🤍 #opensuse #kdeplasma
openSUSE is undeniably, one of the biggest names in the Linux world. It is the professionals' choice. Used by advanced users in development environments and servers extensively, openSUSE provides a very refined and robust computing experience. The latest of all the software before anybody else, full control over your system with Yast, industry-leading reliability and so many more features make OpenSUSE tumbleweed a fantastic choice. Download Wallpapers used in this video FREE: 🤍 Connect with Me on Instagram: 🤍 Download openSUSE Tumbleweed: 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 Introduction 1:09 What Exactly Is openSUSE Tumbleweed? 2:30 User Interface 4:53 YaST 5:59 Software Availability 7:09 Stability 9:04 Performance 9:53 Gaming 11:00 Community Support 11:25 Installation 12:24 My Personal Thoughts
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OpenSUSE is one of the best Linux distributions out there to date. Unfortunately, many people including experienced Debian or Arch users get frustrated with the differences in package management and the YaST software. In this article we will overview some of the main things you should do to jump start your OpenSUSE experience. 🤍 00:00 - Introduction 00:50 - Updating OpenSUSE 01:49 - Packman repo 03:12 - Codecs and drivers one-click 03:56 - Install and use OPI 05:41 - Must have packages 08:06 - RPM and Discover 10:40 - GRUB Timeout and YaST 13:00 - Snap and flatpaks 16:35 - Now what? Please leave comments giving other user more tips and tricks and I'll update the article with all the best.
O projeto openSUSE é um programa comunitário patrocinado pelo SUSE Linux e outras empresas. Promovendo o uso do Linux em qualquer lugar, este programa oferece acesso fácil e gratuito ao openSUSE, uma distribuição Linux completa. A equipe do openSUSE anunciou o lançamento do openSUSE 15.5 Leap, uma pequena atualização da série 15.x do projeto. A nova versão oferece principalmente pequenas atualizações e correções de segurança para o ramo 15.x da distribuição. "Esta versão traz pacotes mais novos, como Mesa e outros, mas o Leap 15.5 é uma versão sem recursos. Alguns desses pacotes mais recentes a serem destacados incluem o KDE Plasma 5.27, que é uma versão de suporte de longo prazo do Plasma até o próximo lançamento em 2024. Os amantes do Konqi irão desfrutar de um novo assistente de boas-vindas, personalização dinâmica de áreas de trabalho da área de trabalho e mais funcionalidades com o KRunner que inclui uma pesquisa completa na área de trabalho, conversões de taxa de câmbio de unidades e moedas, definições de dicionário, recursos de calculadora e mostra representações gráficas de funções matemáticas. O Color Picker teve algumas melhorias e adicionou a possibilidade de exibir outro círculo de cores de visualização. O KDE Gear 22.12.3 será um novo pacote no lançamento e complementará o uso do Plasma 5.27. A atualização corrige bugs com os aplicativos do Ambiente de Trabalho e destaca o aprimoramento do utilitário de compactação/descompactação ark, melhorias no editor de texto Kate e corrige algumas falhas do editor de vídeo Kdenlive. O Qt 5.15 LTS está disponível com a coleção de patches KDE Qt 5." Informações adicionais podem ser encontradas no anúncio de lançamento da distribuição Fonte Distrowatch 🤍 ASSISTA TAMBÉM: OpenSuse uma distribuição Linux completa. Teste no pendrive sem instalar 🤍 #MelhorDistro, #LinuxEstavel, #LinuxRapido
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This is not Gecko Linux Rolling KDE Plasma.... This is the real deal. A bit on the hard side. But ones you have set it up...It is a very fine distribution. This distro of Opensuse is much better than Arch. More elegant than Arch. And a bit on the enterprise side of things. I have been contemplating on this distribution for years. Now I have a chance to try it. It is such a wonderful distro. I just install this a few days ago on bare metal. On a Core2Duo P8700 (2) 🤍 2.534GHz CPU With 6 Gigs of RAM and 256 Gigs of SSD..... My laptop really flies with this distro. I never thought that OpenSuse Tumbleweed KDE Plasma could be quite snappy on an old hardware like mine. It took me a lot of work to install applications and packages. To make it work like my daily driver OS...Gecko Linux Rolling KDE Plasma. My guest is that...I get to learn Linux more....I get to install packages using the terminal. Now I am comfortable with it. OpenSuse uses the zypper command. You can find the options for zypper when you type zypper help Also I use opi to install software from the Opensuse build service. It makes installing software much easier. So if you like a distribution that is very elegant and rolling, Try OpenSuse Tumbleweed, You'll never be disappointed of what it can do.
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This video introduces you to the openSUSE Linux 12.3 desktop, KDE Plasma Desktop. It will show you some of the possibilities of your brand new openSUSE system to get you started. More KDE tips and tricks as well as a GNOME intro in the article on openSUSE News: 🤍 Awesome video contributed by Cameron Wiebe, see 🤍 and cameronwiebe.com
New relevant features and Workflow on Plasma 5.13 🤍geekositalia.org Software used: Simple Screen Recorder (Screen capturing, very fast), at 60fps KDE n Live (Video Editing with proxy video). I set native resolution to 720p, my machine is very slow, Celeron 2840, 4gb ram, no SDD. But this hardware perform very well with Plasma Desktop on openSUSE Leap. Click to subscribe to follow chan
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In This Video We Are Looking At Plasma 5.27.4, Xfce 4.18, Linux kernel 5.14, and tons of improvements are among the new features in openSUSE Leap 15.5. Here’s what’s new! ► Subscribe me here : 🤍 ► Follow me on Tumblr : 🤍 ► Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 ► Follow me on Pinterest : 🤍 Click Here to Watch More Entertainment : ► Linux Videos : 🤍 ► Buyer Guide Videos : 🤍 ► Raspberry pi Videos : 🤍 ► Review Videos : 🤍 ► Mozilla Videos : 🤍 ► Vpn Videos : 🤍 ► Ipad Videos : 🤍 ► Mac Os Videos : 🤍 ——Subscribe to stay up to date with the channel! —— Make sure to subscribe to the channel & select the 🔔bell push notifications (click the 🔔BELL icon next to the subscribe button) to be notified immediately when I release a new video. ✅ BE SURE TO LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS!!! If you watched this video and scrolled to the bottom and are reading this I would love to hear from you. If you have any questions give me a shout on social media & I'll try and answer all the questions you might have. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time! The openSUSE team has announced the release of openSUSE 15.5 Leap, a minor update to the project's 15.x series. The new version mostly offers small updates and security fixes for the 15.x branch of the distribution. "This release brings newer packages like Mesa and others, but Leap 15.5 is a non-feature release. Some of these newer packages to highlight include KDE Plasma 5.27, which is a Plasma Long Term Support version until the next one rolls out in 2024. Konqi lovers will enjoy a new welcome wizard, dynamic customization of desktop workspaces and more functionality with KRunner that includes a full desktop search, unit and currency exchange rate conversions, dictionary definitions, calculator features, and it shows graphical representations of mathematical functions. The Color Picker had a few improvements and added the possibility of displaying another preview color circle. KDE Gear 22.12.3 will be a new package in the release and complement the use of Plasma 5.27. The update fixes bugs with the Desktop Environment applications and highlights the enhancement of compression/decompression utility ark, improvements to text editor Kate and fixes some crashing of the video editor Kdenlive. Qt 5.15 LTS is available with the KDE Qt 5 patch collection. #opensuse #opensuseleap #opensusetumbleweed #kdeplasma #gnome Todays Video - openSUSE Leap 15.5!
Instalamos en máquina real OpenSUSE Leap 15.4 con escritorio KDE Plasma, esta versión basada en SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) de lanzamiento periódico y con eje principal en la estabilidad. Luego de instalarlo agregamos software no libre (repositorios adicionales) imprescindible para el escritorio moderno. Una de las primeras distribuciones Linux que se mantiene hasta el día de hoy entre las líderes. #linux #opensuse #kdeplasma opensuse kde instalación opensuse opensuse leap suse linux opensuse 15.4 Marcas de tiempo: 00:00 Bienvenida 00:36 Orígenes y descarga 03:00 Instalación 06:58 Revisando escritorio KDE 11:31 Repositorios externos y codecs 14:24 Gestores de paquetes 16:31 Administrador YaST 19:25 Cambio de aspecto en el escritorio 21:28 Despedida Descargas: OpenSUSE Leap 15.4 🤍 Repositorios adicionales o externos (Packman) 🤍 OpenSUSE Community (Drivers Nvidia) 🤍 Redes sociales: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
I have gone full Tumbleweed on my main desktop and my laptop. I broke my Manjaro install but have been itching to give Tumbleweed a full good try again anyway, so, I'm now on Tumbleweed and so far it's going absolutely wonderful.
In this video we check out openSUSE Tumbleweed and all of the amazing features in Gnome 42. openSUSE Tumbleweed is proof a distro can be rolling and stable all at the same time. I love rolling distros. Hand me an Arch or even a semi-rolling Fedora and I'm a happy man. If like me you want the latest and greatest Mesa drivers, the latest kernel enablement (whether hardware or software) and you also want to be run the latest versions of software check out openSUSE Tumbleweed. For the past 90 days I've done my videos, streaming live on Destination Linux, recording Hardware Addicts, coding, writing, and all of my main work on openSUSE Tumbleweed to prove just how stable it can be in production. Technology shouldn't be held back by old software for the sake of stability and Tumbleweed proves you can indeed have both. - BTRFS is a perfect pairing with a rolling distro and the ability to rollback anytime minimizes risks with frequent updates. - Updates always go through flawlessly. OpenSUSE is stable and works every time without fail. - Gaming is great. It's not the fastest I've ever seen but it's far from the slowest. I don't think OpenSUSE does anything special here but since you get latest kernel you benefit from hardware compatibility and software enhancements. - With Flatpak and the OpenSUSE repository you have all the software you'll want. The only place you'll find more software is the AUR in Arch. DasGeek Channel is a proud member of the Destination Linux Network! Head to 🤍k to find more amazing content! Support the Channel: 🤍dasgeekcommunity.com Support the channel on Patreon 🤍 Special thanks to my Patrons! : JT, Alex, Linux For Work, Tegan, ilvipero, Mitchel, Mike, Peter, Jill & Steve, Spazzy, Michael C, Jeremy G, David M, Mattias, Sean Davis. Head to Digital Ocean do.co/tux2022 for a 60 day $100 credit. Amazon Affiliate: Just purchase any item on Amazon using this link and you support the channel and pay the same price! 🤍 Get DasGeek Swag 🤍 Social: Mastodon: 🤍dasgeek🤍mastodon.social LBRY: 🤍 Web: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Podcast: Destination Linux - 🤍
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Today we are going to install an HP Printer LaserJet P1006 in openSUSE Tumbleweed with KDE Plasma.
OpenSUSE Tumbleweed mit KDE-Plasma Desktop-Manager Version 2022-04-06 openSUSE Linux ist ein Community Projekt. Es ist eine der ältesten Linux Distributionen überhaupt. Suse war eine der ersten Distributionen die ich so um 1995 installiert habe. openSUSE Tumbleweed ist das Aushängeschild des openSUSE Projektes geworden. Es ist ein Rolling-Release-System. Updates gibt es fortlaufend. Vorherige Zustände des Betriebssystems werden als „Snapshots“ gesichert. #opensuse #tmbleweed #linux #archlinux #linuxcoaching #linuxlernen #linuxtutorial #linuxmanjaro #manjaro #linuxinstallation
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openSUSE Leap 15 has been released by OpenSUSE project. This released based on the upcoming SUSE Enterprise Linux 15 series that offers better stability and long-term support, also features updated components and technologies designed for power users. Major highlights of the openSUSE Leap 15 operating system include a new partitioner implemented in the installer, integration with the Kopano open-source groupware application suite, Firewalld as the default firewall management tool, a new classic "server" and "transactional server" system roles with read-only root filesystem and transactional updates, cloud optimizations, and a brand-new look that's been closely aligned with SUSE Linux Enterprise. openSUSE Leap 15 also improves the YaST (Yet another Setup Tool) and AutoYaST system setup and configuration tools, and updates various of its components to new releases. Among these, we can mention the Linux 4.12 kernel, OpenSSL 1.1.0, PHP 7, and systemd 234 For OpenSUSE Leap 15 KDE edition is features KDE Plasma 5.12 LTS as default desktop, include KDE applications 17.12 , LibreOffice 6.0 office suite, Mozilla Firefox 60 web browser, Mozilla Thunderbird 52 email and news client, VLC 3.0 media player, OpenSUSE Leap 15 : 🤍 Download OpenSUSE Leap 15 : 🤍 Support LinuxScoop on Patreon! 🤍 Follow and Subscribe: Youtube : 🤍 Google+ : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Dailymotion : 🤍 Website : 🤍
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