|DistroWatch.com: SUSE Linux Enterprise
SUSE Linux Enterprise
Last Update: 2016-11-09 06:28 UTC
SUSE Linux Enterprise is an interoperable platform for mission-critical computing. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is an enterprise-quality Linux desktop that's ready for routine business use. It provides interoperability with existing systems and many office applications. It also delivers flexibility for desktop and notebook clients, thin-client devices, and high-end technical workstations. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is designed to handle mission-critical workloads. It is an open, scalable, solution that comes with integrated Xen-based virtualization, application security, and systems management across a range of hardware architectures. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server provides interoperability with Windows and other platforms, and it provides a secure foundation for a broad range of edge, departmental and data center needs.
- OS Type: Linux
- Based on: openSUSE
- Origin: USA
- Architecture: arm64, i586, ia64, ppc64el, s390x, x86_64
- Desktop: GNOME, IceWM, KDE, WMaker
- Category: Desktop, Raspberry Pi, Server
- Release Model: Fixed
- Init: systemd
- Status: Active
- Popularity: 166 (58 hits per day)
Popularity (hits per day): 12 months: 145 (67), 6 months: 166 (58), 3 months: 161 (53), 4 weeks: 145 (46), 1 week: 149 (39)
Average visitor rating: 9/10 from 2 review(s).
|Table Notes and Explanations
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- To compare the software in this project to the software available in other distributions, please see our Compare Packages page.
- Notes: In case where multiple versions of a package are shipped with a distribution, only the default version appears in the table. For indication about the GNOME version, please check the "nautilus" and "gnome-shell" packages. The Apache web server is listed as "httpd" and the Linux kernel is listed as "linux". The KDE desktop is represented by the "kdelibs" and "plasma-desktop" packages and the Xfce desktop by the "xfdesktop" package.
- Colour scheme: green text = latest stable version, red text = development or beta version. The function determining beta versions is not 100% reliable due to a wide variety of versioning schemes.