Watch out CentOS, Ubuntu here comes openSUSE LeapNov 05, 2015, 09:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Swapnil Bhartiya)
Red Hat has CentOS. Canonical has Ubuntu. Both these operating systems can be installed at no cost, and they are enterprise grade operating systems running on servers and cloud. However, SUSE doesn't have any such distro; The openSUSE codebase is way too diverged from the SUSE codebase. But that's changing. The openSUSE community is taking a big leap, dropping the old regular release cycles of openSUSE and moving to openSUSE Leap.
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