This surprising fact, and some more have been revealed recently in a study published online. The Mark Zuckerberg’s social network, created seven years ago and present in Europe for only four, already in this year 2011 with 800 million users worldwide. Considering that the …
only recently emerged Firefox 5, in fact, many websites we anticipate his coming-publish official download. Today we will see how to upgrade to the latest version of the browser in openSUSE and Ubuntu. And there is ons like, in many ways .
deeper reasons Nismrc have told us a few hours ago. There are more reasons, some technical (such as WebKit that it is not the only thing to hold on), but have not come to tell you about that, but how to upgrade to Firefox 5 on Ubuntu 11.04 and openSUSE 11.4 .
Why Ubuntu and openSUSE, with the distros out there? Because I was very pleasantly surprised both, since no need to do nothing special. Ubuntu just update , there is no need PPAs or the like that I read somewhere: at Canonical have an unprecedented gesture and WIN the whole family already enjoys 5 in Firefox official repositories .
openSUSE must be enabled repositories Firefox , or you should know how (I advance that is 4 clicks). Once activated the repository does not offer automatic updates to look for the package with YaST and WIN Firefox tab choose the appropriate version (and make the relevant changes are indicated in the installation, also with a few clicks).
nice gesture of the two distributions for a banner like Firefox, the Canonical noteworthy for the unusual , the openSUSE great for other reasons (you know who openSUSE version of KDE Firefox comes with prize). Sure there are more distributions that have done something similar (without going further, Arch Linux, although his case is different), but …
Following the launch of Li-fe Edu openSUSE 11.4, the first specialized variant (for teaching) based on the latest version of Novell’s community distribution, has come the turn of openSUSE Medical As its name suggests is aimed at health sector alone.
Medical openSUSE 11.4 has the same technical basis that his mother distribution, building on the same system specially designed for medical and clinical and environment professionals . As explained in its launch announcement:
Medical openSUSE project promotes the use of openSUSE in medical and other clinical settings. We selected Open Source software, we keep you updated as we have enough we package a distribution based on openSUSE.
Medical openSUSE 11.4 includes applications for managing and organizing electronic medical records, patient records, prescription drugs among others, to desktop, but also for servers.
Medical openSUSE 11.4 is available for download on an image DVD for 32-bit on SUSE Gallery (Recently we told you about this exciting service.) It also provides an extra repository to make use of all these applications in a normal installation of openSUSE 11.4 .
Although there are distributions that have offered before, the first of the large spearhead its launch GNOME Fedora 3 was 15. Unofficially has been openSUSE . If you want to remove the question marks for the title of this post and do with it, keep reading.
May 23, three days ago, a developer of openSUSE published new GNOME Image 3 of which serve as test mode Live CD , so far there is only Fedora and openSUSE. They are officers of both projects , but not distinguished by name or version number.
grace of the new images of openSUSE is that they had been built and optimized based on the latest version of VirtualBox (4.0.8) in order to offer the end half of GNOME 3 reliable test , because until now it was almost impossible to have any experience with Shell, for graphical problems that even the new Fedora solves (talking about VirtualBox).
words, you have download images below are currently the best way to test 3 in VirtualBox GNOME Live CD mode (the best or the only?). To do this successfully, remember to enable 3D acceleration in the program.
But best of all is that also be installed , from a launcher on your desktop (remember that the desktop is not the default GNOME 3). Once we have with us installed openSUSE 11.4 with GNOME 3 natively .
This again is interesting because GNOME 3 is available for openSUSE 11.4 repository via stable but install from scratch a system is much cleaner , right? Then it’s just a matter of adding a repository, give it a few tweaks and ready.
So to do with “openSUSE 11.4 GNOME 3″ versions for 32 and 64 bit, you only have to choose which is your download (and not deceive his pseudonym):