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LMH1
17-Dec-2015, 09:09
Can somebody tell me what is different with:

Different openSUSE Leap 42.1 vs Opensuse enterprise 12?

Like: (Windows 10 version)
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/WindowsForBusiness/Compare

Windows server 2012
https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/Windows_Server_2012_Editions_comparison

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Server_2012

Not easy to find this on suse enterprice 12.
https://www.suse.com/products/server/features/comparison.html

So Windows 10 Pro vs opensuse enteprice 12.
Or Windows Server 2012 Datacenter vs opensuse enteprise 12.

smflood
17-Dec-2015, 11:48
On 17/12/2015 08:14, LMH1 wrote:

> Can somebody tell me what is different with:
>
> Different openSUSE Leap 42.1 vs Opensuse enterprise 12?

By "Opensuse enterprise 12" do you mean SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12?
The distinction is important as SLES12 is from SUSE whereas Leap is from
the openSUSE Project.

I think the slides from the CAS20049 session during the recent SUSECon
event should help -
https://www.susecon.com/doc/2015/sessions/CAS20049.pdf - see page 24
onwards.

> Like: (Windows 10 version)
> https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/WindowsForBusiness/Compare
>
> Windows server 2012
> https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/Windows_Server_2012_Editions_comparison
>
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Server_2012
>
> Not easy to find this on suse enterprice 12.
> https://www.suse.com/products/server/features/comparison.html
>
> So Windows 10 Pro vs opensuse enteprice 12.
> Or Windows Server 2012 Datacenter vs opensuse enteprise 12.

I'm not aware of such material.

HTH.
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Simon
SUSE Knowledge Partner

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LMH1
17-Dec-2015, 16:09
Sorry you information did not help so very much.

I can not see that Opensuse Enterprice is:


Based on openSUSE Leap 42.1 core
Add more software (shareware software)
E.g Adobe reader DC, adobe premiere, Adobe photoshop
Instead of Gimp, Power DVD 15, (Wine emulator)
Steam is installed from first boot?
Based on DVD dual layer\Blueray image?
Faster downloadspeed Up to 10 gigabit\s (used uninett.no or High speed server torent etc?)
Get free email adress (Someone@suselinux.com)
Get free backup space (10 GB on the web)
https://build.opensuse.org/ more easy way to make self iso file faster than free version.
Free support up to 1 year (High tech support)
Mantle support AMD drivers with freesync\ Nvidia with G.sync, 3dvision, SLI\Crossfire suport drivers.



I had before mandriva powerpack its was nice but its give less service.
So i hope that its will be someone that will make its possible to compared with Windows 10 Pro or Apple OSX.
That is one that is come with games support.

malcolmlewis
17-Dec-2015, 17:07
On Thu 17 Dec 2015 03:14:01 PM CST, LMH1 wrote:

Sorry you information did not help so very much.

I can not see that Opensuse Enterprice is:
<snip>

Hi
There is no such thing as your describing, the email domain you refer
to is owned by SUSE. If it's some third party offering then best post in
the openSUSE general chat forum since your query relates to openSUSE
Leap...

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 12 | GNOME 3.10.1 | 3.12.51-52.31-default
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LMH1
24-Dec-2015, 09:08
AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition Linux 15.12 Proprietary Graphics Driver Release Notes
Article Number: RN-LIN-CRIMSON15-12

​​​This document provides information about the AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition Linux 15.12 Proprietary Graphics Driver. (http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/AMDRadeonSoftwareCrimsonEdition15-12LINReleaseNotes.aspx)

So Suse enterpice did not offer this drivers in kernel?
If it was possible to add support of it and give high gaming perfermanse i may want to buy some support for it.

And software to play blueray (Like power DVD 15) and Wine HQ 64 bits edition that support from 16 bit emulator to 64 bits support all games\ apps om windows 95 to windows 10.

malcolmlewis
24-Dec-2015, 16:58
On Thu 24 Dec 2015 08:14:02 AM CST, LMH1 wrote:

'AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition Linux 15.12 Proprietary Graphics
Driver Release Notes
Article Number: RN-LIN-CRIMSON15-12

​​​This document provides information about the AMD
Radeon Software Crimson Edition Linux 15.12 Proprietary Graphics
Driver.'
(http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/AMDRadeonSoftwareCrimsonEdition15-12LINReleaseNotes.aspx)

So Suse enterpice did not offer this drivers in kernel?
If it was possible to add support of it and give high gaming perfermanse
i may want to buy some support for it.

And software to play blueray (Like power DVD 15) and Wine HQ 64 bits
edition that support from 16 bit emulator to 64 bits support all games\
apps om windows 95 to windows 10.




Hi
The AMD driver would appear in the respective SLE 12 repository when
it's built and tested. Else just follow the openSUSE SDB fglrx article,
there is no support for 3rd party drivers, you would need to take any
issue up direct.

Blueray support as well as all multimedia on SLE, check out Fluendo.

Wine, again this is better covered by codeweavers cross over products.

On this sysem I use the fglrx driver build via rpm method, fluendo
codecs for multimedia and albeit an older version of crossover office
it meats all my requirements (no blueray though, no need for it or
rotating things).

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 12 | GNOME 3.10.1 | 3.12.51-52.31-default
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