openSUSE 10.3 (64-Bit)

 

openSUSE Wiki's

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

General Information

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:  [01][02][03][04][05]

Click here to see some 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.

Site Updates

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 SessionsNVIDIA 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.

 

sgt-d@sodpit.com