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Icon-distribution.png Waarom deze wijziging?

Het beveiligt de toekomst van openSUSE en biedt bovendien een meer stabiele optie voor onze gebruikers. Een distributie onderhouden is heel wat werk, speciaal wanneer stabiliteit een doel is. Door openSUSE te baseren op SLE (SUSE Linux Enterprise) zal de kern van Leap onderhouden worden door SUSE engineers. Dat betekent dat het reparaties en beveiligingsupdates krijgt vanuit SLE.

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The openSUSE project can then replace and add the bits and pieces of software that contributors want and are willing to maintain.

openSUSE Leap will also complement Tumbleweed better. When there was one openSUSE, it was torn between those who wanted newer software and those who wanted a stable system. Tumbleweed caters to those who want newer software, which allows the regular release to do an even better job of providing a highly stable system.

Icon-info.png Choosing between Tumbleweed and Leap

The Tumbleweed page explains whether you'd want to choose Tumbleweed or the current openSUSE 13.2. Much of this will hold true for openSUSE Leap when it becomes the regular release.

Icon-question.png Common questions

Q. Will openSUSE Leap work with newer computers?

Yes - the first release of openSUSE Leap, openSUSE Leap 42.1, will ship with version 4.1 of the Linux Kernel which should provide very modern hardware support

Q. Will the Linux kernel/GNOME/KDE/something else be older than the version is in 13.2?

No - The first development milestone of openSUSE Leap 42.1 contains KDE Plasma 5.3 and GNOME 3.16 (NOTE: This may change before release, but is likely to increase, not decrease)

Q. Will openSUSE Leap work with older computers?

Maybe - openSUSE Leap will be built for 64-bit architectures only, and hence will not run on older hardware without 64-bit support.