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openSUSE 11.4 & cheat sheet poster + dvd in Linux Magazine

April 9th, 2011 by

If you don’t get it already our 11.4 DVD and a great double faced poster are here
Linux-Maganize issue 126

Story board

Everything starts with an envelope

Hey the new issue (126) arrived today

A good geek doesn’t spend time to open it

This issue contain the openSUSE 11.4 dvd

Brand New, Get started sounds good!

Linux Magazine issue 126

Open the mag, and you can’t escape it!

Not only the dvd, there's the famous poster

11.4 on the wall, Cool Green!

first face 11.4

Let examine cheat-sheet

Zypper

detailled view on openSUSE ressource

openSUSE resources

details about zypper on the cheatsheet face

global view

the full view of cheatsheet

Thanks

This poster wouldn’t exist without a big collaboration effort of several openSUSE members and contributors.

Actors without any order :
Chuck Payne (terrorpup)
Andreas Jaeger (AJ)
Carlos Ribeiro (CarlosRibeiro)
Markus Feilner linuxnewmedia.de
Henne Vogelsand (henne)
Christian Ullrich linuxnewmedia.de
Bryen Yunashko (suserocks)
Javier Llorente (javier)
Jos Poortvliet (jospoortvliet)
Jacqueline Junghanns (suse.de)
Bruno Friedmann (tigerfoot)

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6 Responses to “openSUSE 11.4 & cheat sheet poster + dvd in Linux Magazine”

  1. Oleg

    Very nice poster and a useful cheat-sheet. ;)
    I want the same!

  2. jaom7

    Just a question? how is this cd related to the promo DVDs and the not-live DVD that can be downloaded from the website?

    • @jaom7, was a good question as I rarely use cd/dvd media for install.
      So I just launch it in a kvm host.

      At start up it propose Gnome Live / Kde Live and installer but only in 586 (32bits) version.
      So compared to our promo DVD it miss the second side where we have the 64bits.

      Our promotionnal dvd contain less packages than the normal full dvd (place needed to put the two live), but once installed, just fire up zypper and get from online the missing software you need.

  3. cherev

    Unfortunately, Toronto newstands and bookstores charge at least $21.50 for Linux Magazine, whereas I was paying circa $15 at Barnes and Noble in Florida. Reckon I’ll have to download and burn the DVDs, but forego a magazine that taxes, ‘fees’, and just crude overcharging have priced too high. (Canadians generally pay 20% more than Statsians…)

  4. Keith

    Just so I’m clear on this, the DVD in the magazine only has the 32-bit version?