dimanche 25 juin 2017

SUSE Linux distributions now available for Windows 10 in the Store, but only for Insiders

During Build 2017, Microsoft delighted open source enthusiasts with a surprise announcement -- Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, and SUSE) was coming to the Windows Store. If you were running Windows 10 (not including the crippled "S" version) you would soon be able to install a Linux distribution from the official software store. Exactly when these distros would become available was unknown, sadly. Ubuntu and Fedora are still not yet in the Windows Store, but starting today, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 and openSUSE Leap 42 are -- sort of. You see, while they are technically in the store, you must be a Windows… [Continue Reading]

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