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Suse is a longtime contributor to kernel, kde, gnome, oo and now lo.
Surely one on the most user on the commercial server side with red hat?
Available on mainframe.
Hp, dell, lenovo, ibm sale machine with suse.
Ms have partnership with suse
It provided suse studio, dell use this tool
Any stats about it?
Suse created open build service and allow to build package for many other distribution and architecture.
SuSE is not really goind strong in America. I worked for various FOSS service shops over the years and all got to the point where they hated them so badly they advertised consumer to switch to RedHat. My first employer managed to be first class partner with Novell, but in the end, it did cost buisness, as it scared more people and bring no contracts in years. I was working in a mostly governemntal city. Most IT jobs were for them. They did have a lot of SUSE because they had a lot of Windows Server and Microsoft representative managed to sell them many SLES boxes, but how it was actually managed elude me to this day. All I saw personally was RHEL, Debian and CentOS. For my current employer, we used to have more SUSE evengelists, but these day, there is only one left, there is 15 peoples supporting RedHat and the other mostly work on embedded systems. So I don't think things go well for SUSE after the storm caused by the decline of Novell. I admire some of their work on OpenSUSE and like the OBS concept, but I don't think it is enough to save them in America. I heard that things are better in Europe, but I don't know for sure. I also strongly disaprove their policy of pushing ABI/API breakage in services packs. This is stupid and should never happen. You don't want to get "unresolved symbols" error after running that monster known as YaSt. Yet, they do this.