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  1. openSUSE Education Li-f-e 13.1 x86_64 with UEFI boot support
  2. No forgotten patch to YaST anymore
  3. Unterstanding the nvidia driver process
  4. mounting TrueCrypt volumes in GNU/Linux using cryptsetup
  5. openSUSE and GCC part 10: Distributing to other distributions than openSUSE with OBS
  6. How to destroy your data from harddisk permamently?
  7. Beta Proprietary AMD/ATI fglrx 13.11 betaV9.95 Catalyst 13.25.18-3 rpm released
  8. Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx 13.12 (13.251-3) rpm get a new build release
  9. Network boot live ISO
  10. spec-cleaner: hide all your precious cruft!
  11. Trying to add some light
  12. Fosdem 2014 Report & Beta testing new openSUSE booth merchandising Stuff
  13. Some news from the trenches
  14. another way to access a cloud VM’s VNC console
  15. Elfcloud.fi a small cloud storage that could
  16. First fruits – update on openQA and Staging work
  17. Code quality and Code guidelines
  18. Goodbye EC2 Tools Long Live AWS Tools
  19. About openQA and authentication
  20. Short report from Installfest 2014 Prague
  21. getting my DVB-T card to work
  22. Is my server alive and how good is my connection
  23. Help yourselves to our low hanging fruit!
  24. osc build with kvm on an encrypted volume group
  25. How to filter a certain class of hardware in dhcpd.conf
  26. Cloudy with a touch of Green
  27. Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx rpms released
  28. Emscripten and openSUSE: Hands on.. Hands up!
  29. Have some fun today… compile kernel
  30. Have some fun today… try your new kernel
  31. Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx 14.4 (14.10.1006-1) rpm released
  32. Echoes from oSC’14: state of Factory and openQA
  33. A Brief Report on oSC ’14
  34. Web frontend to change ldap password
  35. LXQT is ready for testing
  36. openSUSE Edu Li-f-e MATE
  37. Gnome Classic edition of openSUSE-Education
  38. Have some fun… patch your kernel
  39. Tiny Core kiwi-ltsp thin client
  40. Disable firefox addon compatibility check after update
  41. Want Factory Restore/System Rescue for Linux?
  42. And done…. new images available
  43. openSUSE 13.2 Artwork Proposal
  44. GNOME 3.12 classic on openSUSE 13.1
  45. Using docker 1.0 on openSUSE 13.1
  46. osc: speedup update of a project working copy
  47. Workshop on Open Source for Embedded System Development
  48. Javascript tools in openSUSE round 1: JSHint
  49. Fosdem 2015 – 31st January / 1st February – Brussel : call
  50. Updated openSUSE-Edu-li-f-e-gnome-classic
  51. OpenStack Infra/QA Meetup
  52. Fosdem proposals for main track presentations and developer rooms
  53. BETA Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx 14.20 BETA v1.0 July 11 2014 rpm are released for several op
  54. Javascript tools in openSUSE round 2: js-beautify
  55. Going Factorial
  56. Randa meetings – August 2014 – report from a Geeko’s point of view
  57. LSB Best Effort
  58. Birdfont fonteditor for the rest of us
  59. running an openSUSE booth at KDE Akademy 2014
  60. Next: openSUSE hardening
  61. openSUSE booth at Akademy, now with a video
  62. Ruby: Do not use += in loops
  63. Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx 14.9 (14.301.1001-1) rpm released
  64. openSUSE Asia Summit, 18-19 October
  65. UnReal World RPG and propiertary applications in linux ecosystem
  66. Congreso Internacional de Software Libre Zacatecas 2014
  67. Back from openSUSE Asia Summit 2014
  68. FGLRX – Warning openSUSE 13.2 / Tumbleweed
  69. AMD FGLRX – the 14.9 refurbished version for openSUSE 13.2 and Tumbleweed
  70. UnReal World RPG and propiertary applications in linux ecosystem part SDL2
  71. openSUSE Education Li-f-e 13.2.1 out now!
  72. New Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst omega fglrx 14.12 (14.501.1003-1) rpm released
  73. LTSP client goes Banana Pi!
  74. It’s hoolihoolihooliday and what fun I can do?
  75. Standing for re-election: openSUSE Board Election Jan. 2015
  76. Testing Android in openQA
  77. Craig Gardner’s openSUSE Board campaign
  78. Standing for Re-Election to the openSUSE Board
  79. Linux audio library smackdown part1: Portaudio
  80. oSC15 – 200, Why not packaging workshop like mini hack sprint
  81. Final Election Thoughts
  82. bluetooth adapter with RT3290 openSUSE 13.2 does not work
  83. Linux audio library smackdown part2: Pulseaudio
  84. Linux audio library smackdown part3: SDL
  85. SSD configuration for openSUSE
  86. What's appropriate to be posted on Lizards?
  87. Tumbleweed with KDE Plasma 5 and Kernel 4
  88. Using openSUSE as a reverse tunnel site for Windows 7 remote desktop
  89. zypper tab-completion and some thoughts
  90. Ever wanted to be a Dj with open source touch?
  91. yast-fonts got user mode
  92. Developing developers: From end user to developer
  93. How To Get Superbly Hinted Fonts in openSUSE 13.2
  94. Create an SD card for your Raspberry Pi B and B+
  95. no-ip and openSUSE Raspberry Pi
  96. inadyn and openSUSE Raspberry Pi
  97. Set static IP on your openSUSE Raspberry Pi
  98. Make your openSUSE Raspberry Pi a seedbox
  99. Run copy.com on your openSUSE Raspberry Pi
  100. Upgrade your openSUSE Raspberry Pi from 13.1 to 13.2
  101. Install ddclient on your openSUSE Raspberry Pi
  102. openSUSE on GNOME.Asia 2015
  103. Create multi liveUSB with openSUSE
  104. zypper install tab-completion
  105. AMD Catalyst 15.5 for openSUSE – new makerpm-amd-script is available
  106. DocBook Authoring and Publishing Suite (DAPS) 2.0 Released
  107. Digital game distribution
  108. AMD Catalyst 15.7 for openSUSE – new makerpm-amd-script is available
  109. 2 Weeks of OpenSUSE 13.2 - An Adventure
  110. Oh hell! It’s open source project
  111. This my code take it! Contributing to Open Source project
  112. How to create an openSUSE Banana Pi M1 image with MATE Desktop
  113. AMD Catalyst 15.9 for openSUSE – new makerpm-amd-script is available
  114. targitter project – about OBS, tars and git
  115. Cleanup on OBS – Bacula packages to adopt
  116. Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx rpms released for LEAP 42.1
  117. What happened @ FOSSCOMM 2015, Athens Nov 6-8
  118. Hi how are you doing? Sorry you can’t get through. Just leave your name and you number and I’ll get
  119. Banana Pi M2 running openSUSE Tumbleweed
  120. AMD Catalyst 15.11 for openSUSE – new makerpm-amd-script is available
  121. Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx rpms new release 15.11 (15.300.1025-1)
  122. Let’s blog about YaST
  123. Announcing Li-f-e 42.1
  124. Live ISO Multi-boot USB revisited – live-grub-stick
  125. Highlights of development sprint 13
  126. Li-f-e at BITA Show 2016
  127. A brief 360° overview of my first board turn
  128. Running live image from RAM
  129. Highlights of development sprint 14
  130. Sugar on openSUSE
  131. Highlights of development sprint 15
  132. TOSprint or not to sprint?
  133. Highlights of development sprint 16
  134. AMD Catalyst 15.12 for openSUSE – new makerpm-amd-script is available
  135. Highlights of development sprint 17
  136. Highlights of YaST development sprint 18
  137. Highlights of YaST development sprint 19
  138. Highlights of YaST development sprint 20
  139. Highlights of YaST development sprint 21
  140. Future of Li-f-e: Linux for Education distribution
  141. Uninstall a patch using zypper
  142. Tally ERP 9 on Linux
  143. Highlights of YaST development sprint 22
  144. Result of openSUSE.Asia Summit 2016 Logo Contest
  145. Live USB improvements
  146. Highlights of YaST development sprint 23
  147. Highlights of YaST development sprint 24
  148. Highlights of YaST development sprint 25
  149. Atualizando o Edison Intel no openSUSE
  150. Improving low-vision accessibility of the installer
  151. Reducing YaST rebuild time by 30%
  152. Proprietary AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx 15.12 rpms released for LEAP 42.2
  153. Highlights of YaST development sprint 26
  154. Basic Nextcloud installation on openSUSE Leap
  155. Highlights of YaST development sprint 27
  156. Kubernetes Installation Guide
  157. YaST Team visits Euruko 2016
  158. openSUSE project presentation at school, Nov 24th, 2016
  159. Highlights of YaST development sprint 28
  160. AMD/ATI Catalyst fglrx rpms, end of an era!
  161. Highlights of YaST development sprint 29
  162. How to build OS images without kiwi
  163. Watching 360 video on openSUSE
  164. OWASP ZAP: official rpm package in openSUSE
  165. How we run our OpenStack cloud
  166. Highlights of YaST development sprint 30
  167. Fun things to do with driver updates
  168. Highlights of YaST development sprint 31
  169. YaST development during Hack Week 15
  170. Fun things to do with driver updates
  171. Highlights of YaST development sprint 32
  172. Fun things to do with driver updates
  173. Highlights of YaST development sprint 33
  174. Highlights of YaST development sprint 34
  175. CFA (Config Files API) at a glance
  176. Highlights of YaST development sprint 35
  177. Manual encryption partition setup for stronger full disk encryption
  178. The issues with contributing to projects only once
  179. Highlights of YaST development sprint 36
  180. Highlights of YaST development sprint 37
  181. Highlights of YaST development sprint 38
  182. Increase the thread/process limit for Chrome and Chromium to prevent “unable to create process” erro
  183. Highlights of YaST development sprint 39
  184. Highlights of YaST development sprint 40
  185. Developing with OpenSSL 1.1.x on openSUSE Leap
  186. Highlights of YaST development sprint 41
  187. New blog – cyberorg.wordpress.com
  188. Highlights of YaST Development Sprint 42
  189. Highlights of YaST Development Sprint 43
  190. SUSE Support Lands Upstream In cloud-init
  191. Highlights of YaST Development Sprint 44
  192. Highlights of YaST Development Sprint 45
  193. Highlights of YaST Development Sprint 46
  194. Encrypted installation media
  195. Highlights of YaST Development Sprint 47