Hands-On: openSUSE Linux on the Raspberry Pi 4

In previous posts of this series about Linux on the Raspberry Pi I have written about Ubuntu, Manjaro and of course the Raspberry Pi OS. This time I’m going to look at openSUSE, which has two variants – the more stable LEAP, and the more leading-edge Tumbleweed. I will be giving them both a try. . Fair warning: openSUSE is one of my favorite Linux distributions, and it is the one that boots by default on my desktop system and all of my laptops, so I might be a bit biased.

Link: Hands-On: openSUSE Linux on the Raspberry Pi 4
via http://www.zdnet.com

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