2024-06-08 How Do Aeon and Kalpa Relate (sfalken.tech)

So I was made aware of a thread on reddit where it’s brought up that folks don’t understand the relationship between openSUSE MicroOS, openSUSE Aeon, and openSUSE Kalpa. This blog post will attempt to clear up some misunderstandings and misconceptions about the relationship between the three “Distributions”.

thelinuxcast, to openSUSE
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Been a bit, but here's a #2YearLinuxChallenge Check in.

Another month and I will be at an entire year on #openSUSE. Still loving it, and have no real plans to leave. Though at the 2 year mark, I may check out Aeon, or whatever they're calling it.

9to5linux, to openSUSE
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1.0.99 is out now to fix the Linpus Lite error on some computers, improve support for recent releases, and address the issue when installing on a /dev/mdX device. Download at https://github.com/ventoy/Ventoy/releases/tag/v1.0.99

opensuse, to Gold
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Leap 15.6 is #Gold & launch is 🚀 for June 12! 🎉 Join the #virtual release party or host your own. Check out the checklist for a successful event. Let's #celebrate with a #ReleaseParty! 🎂🍕📸 #Linux #openSUSE https://news.opensuse.org/2024/06/06/os-community-readies-for-release/

opensuse, to linux
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Tackling heterogeneous deployments? Two experts at the in will discuss 's image build tool & how it simplifies maintaining customizations of Leap & Stream . & ! https://events.opensuse.org/conferences/CSBerlin/program/proposals/4423

opensuse, to openSUSE
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Come to the Conference & help contribute to Leap 16 branding! We'll have a focus group looking to shape the future. https://events.opensuse.org/conferences/oSC24/program/proposals/4635

opensuse, to openSUSE
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🔄 Find out what the challenges are in making ! Learn about the journey of creating a gradual distribution at this Conference talk later this month. https://events.opensuse.org/conferences/oSC24/program/proposals/4334

opensuse, to linux
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Leap 15.6 is almost here! It bringing enhanced stability, performance & reliability you've come to expect from @opensuse releases. https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Roadmap#Schedule_for_openSUSE_Leap_15.6

governa, to openSUSE
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#openSUSE Aeon - A Lazy Developer’s Dream OS :opensuse:


openSUSE Tumbleweed Monthly Update - May 2024 (news.opensuse.org)

Welcome to the monthly update for openSUSE Tumbleweed for May 2024. This month has seen a significant number of updates, enhancements, and crucial security fixes. Whether you are a developer, a system administrator, or a casual user, these updates are designed to enhance your experience and ensure the highest level of security...

governa, to openSUSE
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#openSUSE Aeon Is Close to Final Stable Release :opensuse:


opensuse, to openSUSE
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🕒 Solve the problem with ! 64-bit systems with 32-bit compatibility still face issues due to specific structures. See how we are ensuring systems are future-proof. https://events.opensuse.org/conferences/oSC24/program/proposals/4578

opensuse, to linux
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#Linux Kernel, #LLVM and #KDE Frameworks & numerous other components of #openSUSE Tumbleweed updated in #snapshots this month. Find out what packages updated. https://news.opensuse.org/2024/05/29/tw-monthly-update-may/

linuxiac, to openSUSE
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openSUSE Aeon Desktop's RC2 is out now with image-based installs, memory optimization, faster boot, seamless updates, and more.

#opensuse #gnome

opensuse, to openSUSE
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This year's Conference will have a from Luca Di Maio focusing on with Aeon & distrobox! https://events.opensuse.org/conferences/oSC24/program/proposals/4593

opensuse, to openSUSE
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Natanox, to openSUSE
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Gnome version WHAT? Oo #OpenSuse #Gnome #Linux

Natanox, to openSUSE
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I do like 's install wizard. Doesn't look very modern, however gives you a ton of settings. Being able to specify PCI-IDs and what driver to load for specific devices at setup is extremely useful!

Natanox, to openSUSE
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Giving Leap a try. Would like to go from my rather moody to a more stable system. Feels like I learned everything I could in terms of usage, now I want something that needs less maintaining and gives me more time to do other things.

Given I do not trust US companies (not necessarily because of the company, but the legislation they have to follow) or anything was an absolute no-go. And just isn't modern enough, despite being dead-stable. 😉

opensuse, to openSUSE
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Aeon hits a major with Release Candidate 2 ()! 🎉 Enjoy enhanced performance, a new installer & unique features. https://news.opensuse.org/2024/05/28/aeon-desktop-brings-new-features-in-rctwo-release/

Taffer, to firefox
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Today's KDE Plasma 6 mystery: why don't Firefox and Thunderbird remember their window size/position anymore?

OpenSUSE Tumbleweed has done something weird again. Maybe I'm not cut out for a rolling release.

#kde6 #plasma6 #firefox #thunderbird #opensuse

kalikiana, to openSUSE

Are you passionate about QA? Maintaining test infrastructure used to test #openSUSE and SUSE? Developing new #openQA features? We have open positions at SUSE https://jobs.suse.com/us/en/job/71005557/Automation-Framework-Developer

There's also jobs in other areas but I am obviously recommending QA since that's where I am at 😜️

P.S. You can choose to work remotely like me, or in one of the offices such as Sofia, Prague or Nuremberg

tante, to random
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If the whole Windows Recall thing scares you and you are looking for options: For many people Linux just does the trick. If you need a browser, some office stuff, maybe a bit of image/media management, Linux absolutely got you covered. It probably will be annoying or something might be broken but that is the same with every operating system.

But before you install something, maybe have a chat with someone who knows a bit more about it to help you navigate the choices and to ensure that your workload is actually supported on Linux.

But it's no longer an OS just for experts. You can do almost anything graphically and a lot of shit just works.

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@svenjacobs @tante For a rolling release #Linux distro #openSUSE Tumbleweed is one of the best. They do a lot of QA testing before letting packages in so it is quite stable for a rolling release distro. It has snapper nicely integrated with btrfs file system and if something would go wrong with an update you can simply revert to old snapshot. YaST configuration tool allows to make a lot of configuration from the graphical user interface. Most of the rest is nicely covered by KDE System Settings.

kde, to microsoft
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In view of the latest news coming out of Microsoft...

Yeah, KDE's Plasma doesn't do that either. Your stuff is safe.



#recall #microsoft #windows11 #privacy

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@kde @kde
At #openSUSEtumbleweed it is in pretest and will be released soon.

#recall #microsoft #windows11 #privacy #OpenSuse #tumbleweed

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