openSUSE Linux Now Available on Windows 10 – Fossbytes Dear readers, if you are a fan of openSUSE Linux and also a Windows 10 user, then we have some exciting news for you. The long-awaited openSUSE Linux is now officially available on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 users. This means you can now have the dual benefits of using both Windows 10 and openSUSE Linux on your PC. This collaboration between Microsoft and openSUSE is a huge step towards making open-source software more accessible to everyone. So don’t wait any longer, head over to the Microsoft Store and start your openSUSE Linux journey on Windows 10 today!



Discover How to Easily Run SUSE Linux on Windows 10 using WSL

Sr. Product Manager from SUSE, Hannes Kühnemund, shows you how to do it!

You wouldn’t expect to find SUSE Linux running on Windows 10, but with the help of Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), it’s now possible. In a recent blog post, Hannes Kühnemund, Sr. Product Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise, described the process of running openSUSE Leap 42.2 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2 on Windows 10. And it’s not as complicated as you might think.

Microsoft first introduced WSL in their Anniversary Update, which allowed Windows users to run Bash on Ubuntu on their PCs. But with the upcoming Creators Update, this experience is set to improve even more. However, SUSE developers had a different approach and wanted to give users more options when it comes to running Linux on Windows.

Thanks to openSUSE, you can now easily run their tools directly on your Windows 10 installation. And who better to trust than a company that has been in the business since 1992? In his blog post, Kühnemund assures users that SUSE is highly dependable, making it a reliable option for running Linux on Windows.

Curious to try it out for yourself? Kühnemund also provides a step-by-step guide on how to install a SUSE Linux distribution on WSL. Currently, users can choose between openSUSE Leap 42.2 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2.

But wait, what if openSUSE isn’t your cup of tea? Don’t worry, the blog post also includes instructions on how to install Ubuntu on WSL. So, whether you’re a fan of SUSE or prefer Ubuntu, WSL has got you covered.

We would love to hear about your experiences with WSL. Give it a try and let us know what you think!

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