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Thank you for sharing this exciting new release, Secondmineboy!:):)
I've not tried OpenSUSE, although I've read about the good experiences of other members here.;)
Maybe it's high time for me to give it a spin!:D
 
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Thingol

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Installed in VM to take for a spin. Always liked SUSE and this build confirms that.

I know some don't but I like KDE Plasma 5, YaST, one-click install and a decent software repository are all positive for me. 4.7 GB download though which is huge for the distros I've used to date.

Hope some others chip in and share how the are using this as Windows 10 privacy (or lack thereof) is seriously making me think of Linux again as my main OS choice and this is a contender.

Cheers
 

Secondmineboy

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Thank you for sharing this exciting new release, Secondmineboy!:):)
I've not tried OpenSUSE, although I've read about the good experiences of other members here.;)
Maybe it's high time for me to give it a spin!:D
Installed in VM to take for a spin. Always liked SUSE and this build confirms that.

I know some don't but I like KDE Plasma 5, YaST, one-click install and a decent software repository are all positive for me. 4.7 GB download though which is huge for the distros I've used to date.

Hope some others chip in and share how the are using this as Windows 10 privacy (or lack thereof) is seriously making me think of Linux again as my main OS choice and this is a contender.

Cheers
I may move to Linux as well but im not sure yet. I always likes SUSE so far. One thing i noticed is that i didnt have to reboot my VM for any of the updates yet. Theres was no kernel update yet tho. I can imagine SUSE as a great Server OS Since its stable and has some really nice features.

BTW: You should try out Xen (Can be installed via Yast) with VGA PAssthrough: