openSUSE developers yesterday launched the second and final openSUSE 12.2 Release Candidate , which also marks the penultimate step before reaching the final.
According to the official announcement, the main changes brought openSUSE 12.2 RC 2 over its predecessor (speaking of the previous RC), let go through a lot of documentation out of the DVD to save space, small corrections in the basic components system (systemd, udev, GRUB2 …), several updates, including firmware kernel (Linux 3.4) to support the latest hardware and, in general, many small changes designed to improve all .
should be noted that openSUSE 12.2 comes with KDE 4.8.4, GNOME 3.4 as main courses, plus the latest versions of Xfce, LXDE and, as so with openSUSE 12.1, KDE 3 to complete , for use as primary desktop if you want (I confess that I installed in the old days, but I prefer KDE 4 by much).
You can download openSUSE 12.2
RC 2 and test and / or help to report errors (here, the most bothersome). By the end of the month will the version known as GM (Gold Master), which is practically the final, but will still test a few days before openSUSE 12.2 is released to the public with all the guarantees on 5 September (if no unforeseen last minute).
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