EXTON OpSuS Tumbleweed is based on openSUSE Tumbleweed, which is a rolling distribution. I.e. no need for new installations. Just run the command sudo zypper dup and you will always get the latest stable packages/kernels. The ISO file is only of 1570 MB so you will run the system very fast from a DVD or a USB stick. Even in VirtualBox/VMware directly from the ISO file.
ABOUT EXTON OpSuS for PC’s
EXTON OpSuS Tumbleweed Build 230215 with Deepin 20.6 uses kernel 6.1.10-1. Installed programs: Among many other programs, Firefox, NetworkManager, GParted and Calamares Installer. Study all installed packages.
ABOUT the Deepin Desktop Environment
Deepin DE (made in China!) is devoted to providing a beautiful, easy to use, safe and reliable system for global users. I came to like the Deepin DE very much when I installed it in ExTiX and ArchEX. So I thought why not install the Deepin DE also in EXTON OpSuS?
The system language is English.
Is EXTON OpSuS Deepin/LXQt Build 230215/230212 unique?
If you have a look at openSUSE’s official Download site you can see that there is no live Deepin or LXQt version available.
Why should someone choose EXTON OpSuS/openSUSE?
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