OpenSUSE is a Linux distribution maintained by the openSUSE Project. It features both a KDE and a GNOME desktop, as well as an intuitive package management system and setup tool known as Yast.

OpenSUSE is available for Arm systems through their “ports” project. Leap 15.0 is the latest distributed version, as of May 25, 2018.

There is also a rolling release known as tumbleweed, which is updated more frequently; the most recent version reviewed is dated September 14, 2018. Target platforms for that distribution include Raspberry Pi 3, ESPRESSObin, and UEFI-based installations.

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