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openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 53

January 6th, 2009 by

news    Issue #53 of openSUSE Weekly News is now out!
In this week’s issue:

  • Masim Sugianto: First Hackfest for Indonesian openSUSE Community
  • How to Make openSUSE 11.1 LiveUSB
  • Joe Brockmeier: openSUSE – One of the 10 coolest of 2008
  • Marek Stopka: Fatrat – Nice download manager in OBS…
  • Howto-How to compile the new Kernel 2.6.28?

The openSUSE Weekly News is available in:
German (delay),
Russian (delay) and

New: Short version in Hungarian .
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6 Responses to “openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 53”

  1. R. J.

    will the kernel Kernel 2.6.28 be made available as a download from the repositories?

  2. initialzero

    The kernel repository used to be very up to date. Andreas Jaeger had a call for kernel testing a while back see

    It’s unfortunate testing for the kernel isn’t being supported in openSUSE anymore.

  3. Minton

    And once again, Russian is not delayed. I was desperatly waiting for statistics to translate all-in-once, but it didn’t come up.

  4. Michael_Knight

    > Howto-How to compile the new Kernel 2.6.28?

    Is there AppArmor code in vanila kernel? Is it really good to advice install vanilla kernel?

  5. anon

    please on the day you are going to update repositories take the old files out.

    TOday, on dial up, I spent 3 hours updating KDE, only to have it bloody error out on the last few files. Why? A quick check and that during my update the entire repo had been updated. SO I had to spend another 3 hours updating again, which i wouldn’t of had to do if you

    took repo’s down on the day you are putting updates in


    found another way to let us know an update is coming and when so people like myself who are on limited broadband, and often end up having to update through dial up do not waste precious bandwidth

  6. Scott

    Strange this new Weekly News
    This is the second time that in a row it has been absent of statistics?