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Installing HipChat on SUSE

Alas, it appears when some companies claim to support “Linux”, they actually support only the Debian-based versions of Linux. Hipchat, Atlassian claims, “runs on everything so you can use it anywhere.” But to make it run on RPM-based systems, you might need to do a little work. 153 more words

Top Five Operating Systems

1.WINDOWS 7:

Most of you are still thinking why not windows xp or why not windows 8. And why Windows 7, here is the quick answer. 314 more words

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SuSE adds BIOS/UEFI to their certification bulletins

Drew of SuSE has a new blog post clarifying UEFI -vs- BIOS:

SuSE even has a certification program, as this blog mentions:

“[…] All YES CERTIFICATION bulletins list how the hardware and operating system were configured and tested during certification. 191 more words

64-Bit ARM Gets a Boost on openSUSE Build Service from Applied Micro

BENGALURU, India – March 24, 2016 – The openSUSE Build Service (OBS) now has additional build power for 64-bit ARM thanks to a donation of servers from Applied Micro. 325 more words

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SUSE Enterprise Storage 2.1, Powered by Ceph, Now Available

BENGALURU, India – March 16, 2016 – SUSE®, today announced SUSE Enterprise Storage 2.1 is now available for enterprise customers. Based on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 1, this latest version of SUSE’s self-managing, self-healing, distributed software-based storage solution is the first and only Ceph-based solution with heterogeneous operating system support, giving customers the ability to deploy software-defined storage with less cost. 244 more words

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