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Thread: What about OpenSuSE future?

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    Default Re: What about OpenSuSE future?

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
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    Default Re: What about OpenSuSE future?

    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    As far as I know, RedHat is mainly a distro for businesses. And, these days, businesses are installing linux on cloud virtual servers. RH is very active there.

    And then there's Fedora, which is the community branch of RH. It also seems very active.

    Yes, SUSE is also heavily involved in cloud computing. And openSUSE Tumbleweed is where software is tested before it gets into SUSE.

    I don't see them as dying. I see them as adapting to change.
    One of the things redhat also has going for it is the US government as their largest customer. Federal agencies have mandated and standardized on redhat rhel for a long time now. SUSE until very recently also was very quiet about who they are/what they are doing/why.

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