The ARM distribution works flawlessly on four different devices
openSUSE ARM, a free and Linux-based operating system for the ARM architecture, which can be used to surf the web, manage your e-mails and photos, do office work, and play videos or music, is now at version 12.2.Less than a week ago, the second Release candidate for openSUSE ARM 12.2 was released to the public.
According to the developers, almost all of the usual openSUSE distribution (over 5000 packages) builds run like a charm on all the ARM hardware they were tested on.
The openSUSE ARM team was formed at the openSUSE Conference in 2011, in Nürnberg, and a little over a year later, an ARM distribution was born.
openSUSE 12.2 ARM can be installed and used on the following devices:
• BeagleBoard (xM)
• Panda Board
• Versatile Express (QEMU)
• Chroot / do-it-yourself environment
The distribution also runs on other four devices, but with various hickups:
• Calxeda Highbank
• i.MX53 Loco
• Origen Board
• Efika MX
Download openSUSE ARM 12.2 right now from Softpedia.