openSUSE 10.3 (64-Bit)
I have been working on a few official wiki's for the openSUSE Project.
These Wiki's superscede everything else on this site, so... use the Wiki's first!
Getting Started with openSUSE
Configure, Build and Install a Custom Linux Kernel
AIGLX & NVIDIA
This site will attempt to help you customize openSUSE 10.3 64-Bit, to get past some rough spots during installation, and to help you install some very cool shit for your desktop.
Click here to see some screenshots:  /  /  /  / 
Click here to see some videos: Compiz Fusion Videos
This site assumes that you already have this version of openSUSE installed. This site will not help with the actual installation process. If you've never used linux before, I strongly recommend installing to a blank IDE hard drive, and to make sure that no other drives are plugged in during the installation.
Betas 2 and 3 and RC1 have worked perfectly for me, so I am sticking with 64-bit.
To be able to build packages mentioned on this site, you will first need to install developer packages in Linux, including GCC, C++, kernel-source, python-devel and probably many more. Visit this page for more information: Software Packages.
2/10/08 - Updated the TrueCrypt page for TrueCrypt 5.0.
12/29/07 - Updated the NX / FreeNX page and Tilda pages.
12/26/07 - The BitPim, Multiple X Sessions, NVIDIA and NTFS-3G pages have been updated.
10/30/07 - NTFS-3G 1.1030 was released on 10/29/07 and FUSE 2.7.1 was released on 10/16/07. See the NTFS-3G page for more information.
10/30/07 - Updated the NVIDIA page to include new beta drivers.
10/7/07 - Reworked site for 10.3 final (Released on October 4, 2007).
10/6/07 - NTFS-3G 1.1004 was released on 10/4/07, see the NTFS-3G page for more information.
9/29/07 - Updated NVIDIA page.Information
If you want to install openSUSE in a software raid configuration, please study this page carefully.
My original sites for openSUSE 10.3 Beta 2 (64-Bit), openSUSE 10.3 Beta 1 (32-Bit) and openSUSE 10.3 Alpha 5 (32-Bit) are still available but are now depricated. Everything should work, but there will not be any more updates.