OpenSUSE 13.1 out now

The openSUSE Summit has only just finished, and openSUSE 13.1 has been released to coincide with it, featuring new cloud technology and ARM compatibility

At SUSECon last week, the directors and managers were all talking about the future of SUSE, and how openSUSE and its community helps shape this. While SUSE 12 is still some way out, the next version of the community driven openSUSE is out today: openSUSE 13.1.

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The latest version of openSUSE

openSUSE 13.1 has received a number of improvements and bug fixes, including a concerted effort to increase support for btrfs at the kernel level. It also includes the latest OpenStack Havana release, a Ruby-based YaST and a brand new Raspberry Pi image as part of the overall improvements to the ARM side.

You can grab the latest desktop image from the openSUSE website, and the Raspberry Pi image should be shortly available from the ARM Portal.