openSUSE Tumbleweed is a rolling-release. This means the software is always the latest stable versions available from the openSUSE Project. Things will change regularly as Free and Open Source projects continually release new versions of their software. Tumbleweed is recommended for Developers, openSUSE Contributors, and Linux/FOSS Enthusiasts.
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How to run openSUSE Linux on Windows 10 | ZDNet Jan 16, 2017 How to install openSUSE-Leap-15 on Windows 10 WSL -H2S Media Enable Windows 10 subsystem for openSUSE Linux. First thing, on Windows 10, go to the search …
A Linux (WSL) distribution for developers and system administrators who want to get things done. - Use on machines where Windows has been mandated. - Easier to install, use, and maintain than CygWin. - Native command-line UNIX tools: rsync, tar, vim, grep, sed, awk, and so much more. - Developers can mirror Linux server environments without the overhead of a virtual machine.
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