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  • 10:16, 12 November 2018Laravel (hist)[2,282 bytes]Guoyunhe (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Laravel is a popular PHP framework for web development. This article introduces how to install system libraries and tools for Laravel version 5.7. == Local development enviro...")
  • 20:35, 5 October 2018Lutris (hist)[1,874 bytes]Guoyunhebrave (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{AppCard |name=Lutris |package=lutris |packman=no |icon=Lutris icon.png |screenshot=Lutris screenshot.jpg |description=Lutris is an open gaming platform for Linux. |developer...")
  • 21:58, 1 October 2018Emoji (hist)[2,684 bytes]Guoyunhebrave (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Many people like emoji in their smart phones. Now, openSUSE brings emoji into your desktop! == Install colored emoji fonts == openSUSE provides the following colored emoji f...")
  • 16:20, 23 September 2018Picard (hist)[2,224 bytes]Guoyunhebrave (talk | contribs) (Created page with "{{AppCard |name=Picard |package=picard |icon=Picard icon.png |screenshot=Picard screenshot.png |description=Picard is a cross-platform music tagger written in Python. |devel...")
  • 16:31, 8 September 2018Fedora packaging (hist)[808 bytes]Guoyunhebrave (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Fedora is another popular distribution using RPM packaging system. openSUSE Build Service supports recent Fedora releases. As Fedora and openSUSE share the same package format...")
  • 16:54, 20 August 2018Kubic:MicroOS/Design (hist)[14,209 bytes]RBrownSUSE (talk | contribs) (Created page with "==Architecture== ===Package format=== '''openSUSE MicroOS''' is using '''RPM packages'''. There is absolutely no reason to switch to another package format for a minimal sys...") originally created as "Kubic:MicroOS/design"
  • 14:03, 20 August 2018Kubic:kubeadm (hist)[5,148 bytes]RBrownSUSE (talk | contribs) (Created page with "__TOC__ ==What is kubeadm?== kubeadm is a toolkit produced by Kubernetes upstream for the creation and upgrade of Kubernetes clusters ==What is Kubernetes?== Kubernetes is a...")