The community Linux distribution openSUSE has announced that it has released a 64-bit image for its stable branch, Leap, that runs on the Raspberry Pi 3.
The spirit of co-operation that exists at SUSE Linux, as opposed to that of competition, is what has kept Libor Pecháček plugging away for a decade.
With the acquisition of SUSE Linux in 2014 by the British mainframe group Micro Focus, a great deal of attention has been focused on the Asian region, with the company now having a vice-president for the Asia Pacific.
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