openSUSE 12.1 brengt u opwaarderingen naar de nieuwste Vrije Software bureaublad- and servertechnologiën evnals unieke mogelijkheden, zoals het nieuwe hulpmiddel Snapper die u monitoring van wijzigingen in bestanden brengt en terugrolfunctionaliteit. Lees er over om een overzicht te krijgen van wat er nieuw is in openSUSE 12.1
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|Latest Free Desktops introduce color management, GNOME Shell and more|
openSUSE offers you the choice of four officially supported major Free Desktops, all with a high level of polish and support. Noteworthy is the fact that openSUSE is the first major Linux distribution to ship color management tools for both the GNOME and KDE desktops!
GNOME Shell is improved and refined
Major improvements compared to the GNOME 3 preview in openSUSE 11.4 include better handling of smaller screens and multi-screen setups, better notifications and a centralized online accounts configuration. This release also brings you a new Document manager, quick preview in the Nautilus file manager, enhanced color management and automatic rotation for touch screen devices.
KDE introduces Oyranos, Apper and Plasma Active
The innovative new tablet project from the KDE community, Plasma Active, is not an integral part of the openSUSE 12.1 release yet but tablet users can install Plasma Active in openSUSE 12.1 and we work on integrating it in the next openSUSE release.
The other desktops
|openSUSE offers latest web and cloud technologies.|
This openSUSE release introduces the latest web browsers, the Horde 4 Groupware framework and updated cloud- and virtualization technologies.
Web surfing and serving
On the server side, the WebYaST remote system management tool offers a much improved web interface to administer openSUSE systems remotely with new modules and better performance. The introduction of the Groupware framework Horde 4 brings a powerful set of applications including a modern Webmail client and a PHP based framework on which it is all build.
Supporting Cloud technologies
|Improved distribution technology|
openSUSE introduces a number of improvements and innovations in the underlying technology of the distribution. This includes the unique Snapper tool offering file versioning, the systemd init system and the Google Go language.
Snapper rolls back changes
The command line and GUI Snapper tools allow users to view older versions of files and revert changes. The unique integration in the zypper package manager of openSUSE allows users to roll back entire upgrades or software installations with the accompanying configuration changes.
systemd boots your system
Write in go, compile with Clang or GCC
openSUSE 12.1 also comes with the just-released LLVM3 compiler tool and clang, the C/C++ compiler building upon LLVM. LLVM is employed by the open source ATI and NVIDIA accelerated graphics drivers and thus forms an integral part of a high-performance graphics stack on Linux.
read more about underlying technology improvements in openSUSE 12.1