OpenSuse My favorite Linux distribution, OpenSuse, has released another great version. OpenSuse 10.2 has been in the works since back in June and 6-months later we receive this fine release. Here is what the announcement says is new for 10.2:

As usual, we ship all the latest open source packages available at the time. But we want to give special mention to the redesigned GNOME and KDE  desktop, Firefox 2.0, ext3 as new default file system, support for internal SD card readers, new power managment and last but not least our improved package management.

I’m in the process of downloading the DVD via a Torrent right now but it will take awhile. In the mean time I have been looking for a site that has a good screenshot gallery posted but can’t seem to find anything yet. I expect that will be posting one shortly so if you want to visually see what’s new then you should be able to check it out there. Otherwise, when I get it up and running I might post a few screenshots here as well.

Download OpenSuse 10.2

The OpenSuse Torrents are having issues downloading so I went ahead and mirrored them. Here is the 32-bit Torrent and here is the 64-bit Torrent both of which are for the DVD.