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openSUSE to Develop

Have you ever wondered why openSUSE is the platform for development? Because it offers all that is needed for professional development, also if development goes beyond the basics.

A nice proof that openSUSE has more than others was posted here by our friend Thomas, a convinced Debian user. He writes about setting up openSUSE in vagrant to be easily able to build (master build) the ownCloud Client for Win32 in it. Very easy and cool stuff. But that can be even easier without vagrant through this linkđŸ˜‰.

Btw, there is an appliance in SUSE Studio to ease experiments with vagrant with openSUSE as base. I haven’t tested yet, experiences?

  1. December 15, 2013 at 04:25

    I have also created an openSUSE Docker image of 13.1 if anyone wants to join me in developing some images based on it. https://index.docker.io/u/mmckeen/opensuse-13-1/

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