Tag: opensuse

  • openSUSE 11.4 Release Party

    We are planning a community release party this coming Thursday, March 17, 2011 to celebrate the 11.4 release.  We are planning on having some media and usb thumb drives for anyone that would like to install 11.4. This time we are changing the location a little.  We are still having the party on Novell’s Provo […]

  • iFolder appliance updates

    Yes, its been forever and then some since I’ve messed with this stuff.  I’m finally trying to make sure that I get some work done on this.  The first item of business is the new iFolder appliance project page being hosted on google code.  This is where I’d like to post updates, release notes, progress, […]

  • Cool tip: vi and spec file templates

    This is a really cool tip I stumbled onto while working with some of the packages on my team.  A couple months back I was editing a spec file and accidentally mistyped the name of the spec file.  Much to my surprise most of the file was completely missing.  After several :q! I finally realized that […]

  • openSUSE 11.2 release party

    Just a quick post letting everyone know that there is a release party here in Provo, Utah. The Open Source Technology Center, building A on the Novell campus, has been good enough to host us again.  It will be this Thursday, November 12 from 6 to 9. I do not have the replicated DVDs, but […]

  • SUSE Studio Launch!

    Its not every day something this cool is announced and released: SUSE Studio is finally ready to go live.  For those of you that don’t know what SUSE Studio is, it is a web based appliance builder.  It allows you to take either Novell’s SLE11 (Enterprise Server or Desktop) or openSUSE 11.1 as your base […]

  • Basic iFolder howto… finally!!!

    As promised, I have finally created a quick howto for setting up iFolder.  This is a really simple get your feet wet instruction set.  It runs through the basics and includes SSL, but doesn’t show you how to set up LDAP of any kind.  Someone else is going to help out with that howto.  This […]

  • iFolder Appliance 0.0.9

    Release of iFolder Appliance 0.0.9

  • openFATE: Now with more open

    It was just announced that openFATE, openSUSE’s feature tracking system, will now be open to non openSUSE members.  What this means anyone can submit new feature requests.  For more info: openFATE – Adding New Features Now Open for Everybody.

  • openSUSE Factory is open for Community

    Some great news was just announced!  The openSUSE project opened its Factory repo up to anyone in the community that would like to directly help maintain, support, and/or contribute to the core distribution.  For those that don’t know what Factory is it is the next release of openSUSE.  So, the current Factory will become openSUSE […]

  • iFolder appliance 0.0.8

    Well, the packages finally built and I was finally able  to build a new appliance.  So, the changes: I’ve added the iscsi packages to the images.  This includes the yast packages making it really easy to add external storage through iscsi. Updated mono core to be 2.4.2 preview 1. Updated ifolder packages which made our […]