openSUSE yesterday afternoon announced the release of openSUSE 12.2 , this new version of GNU / Linux has always been highlighted by a very professional presentation and according to the official announcement can boast of quality like never before.
development schedule for each version of openSUSE, set at eight months, has been extended this time with a single goal in mind: ensure stability and provide the user a system as free of errors that could. Specifically, two months that have taken the distribution developers to polish every detail of this release.
The key changes include the openSUSE 12.2 Linux 3.4 kernel , the introduction Plymouth and GRUB 2 , which coupled with an updated systemd system will provide a smoother start and fast, and of course, the latest versions (or almost) of the most popular desktop environments for Linux, KDE for 4.8.4, GNOME 3.4, Xfce 4.10 or LXDE .
also the latest versions of the Linux ecosystem star applications are present in this release, highlighting LibreOffice 3.5, GIMP 2.8 or Firefox 14.01 (which is discounted to its version 15 after installing the system, the Firefox update policy is equal to that of Ubuntu and each new version of Firefox will always appear in the official repositories of the distribution for security reasons).
You can find additional information about openSUSE 12.2 in the release notes and new features page. Also, it is possible to access your download through their official website .
an appetizer, Jos Poortvliet, openSUSE Community Manager, has released the following video (very short and very fast, but it serves as a preview):
Personal note: openSUSE 12.2 looks great
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