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Last Sunday, the daylight saving time (DST) ended in Brazil. When Brazilian clocks were about to reach Sun, Feb 19 2017, 00:00 Brasília summer time, they were turned backward 1 hour to Sat, Feb 18 2017, 23:00 Brasília standard time. DST clock shifts occur every year, not only in Brazil. Many people may feel confusing...

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When I say openSUSE Leap is a mature and stable Linux distribution, I’m not talking about other distributions’ concept of stability: old software that has been frozen, thoroughly tested and fixed. Each new openSUSE Leap release brings very fresh software components (released within the same month or year) that work well together. That is the...

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Members of the openSUSE Project are pleased to announce the release of the next minor version of Leap; openSUSE Leap 42.2! Leap is made to give stability-minded users and conservative technology adopters peace of mind. openSUSE Leap 42.2 is powered by the Linux 4.4 Long-Term-Support (LTS) kernel and is a secure, stable and reliable server...

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It's easy to install openSUSE Leap on your computer. Here is a brief how-to that will help you doing that.

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Being able to upgrade from one release to another is a certainty openSUSE users have. For 3 years now I use openSUSE Linux and I always upgraded without an issue. I started to use openSUSE when it was 12.2, shortly before the 12.3 release in May 2013. Since then I went through 5 upgrades: from...

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Computer programs, the more amazing they are, are not perfect: they are made by us, mere humans. As time passes, they are improved, be by optimizations, new features or bug fixes. Bugs can be of many kinds, varying from a simple typo or malfunctioning to a security hole that can be used by malicious people...

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A LiveCD is a CD medium which brings a ready-to-use operating system. That system does not need to be installed on the computer’s hard drive to run, it can run directly from the CD: you insert the disk into the drive, turn the computer on and use the system, which comes ready-to-use. It is very...

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The wait is over and a new era begins for openSUSE releases. Contributors, friends and fans can now download the first Linux hybrid distro openSUSE Leap 42.1. Since the last release, exactly one year ago, openSUSE transformed its development process to create an entirely new type of hybrid Linux distribution called openSUSE Leap.

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The Linux Kamarada Project aims to spread and promote Linux as a robust, secure, versatile and easy to use operating system, suitable for everyday use be at home, at work or on the server. The project focuses mainly on distribution and documentation.

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