This week the first milestone release of openSUSE was made available. Together with the KDE 4.4 release candidate and excellent integration of GTK applications such as Firefox, openSUSE simply provides the greatest KDE experience available to date. Here’s why.
- Resurrect Nexus 4 with red light of death by using wireless charger
- Building a Mini-ITX NAS? Don’t buy a Silverstone DS380 case.
- Changing Jenkins concurrent job token from @ to something else
- Btrfs RAID 6 on dm-crypt on Fedora 23
- Flashing developer image on Nexus 6P (and maybe 5X)
- Reset keyboard shortcuts in GNOME
- Cross-compiling a PowerPC64 LE kernel and hitting a GCC bug
- Korora 22 (Selina) available
- Korora 21 available
- Playing with Ubuntu Touch on Nexus 4