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openSUSE Leap 15.0 Beta

Help test the next version of openSUSE Leap!


DVD Image (4.7GB)

For DVD and USB stick

데스크탑 및 서버용으로 사용할 수 있는 용량이 큰 설치 매체 입니다. 이것을 사용하여 설치 또는 업그레이드를 할 수 있습니다.

직접 다운 메타링크 미러 가져오기 Checksum

Network Image (400MB)

For CD and USB stick

Downloads the installation system and all packages from online repositories. Suitable for installation or upgrade.

직접 다운 메타링크 미러 가져오기 Checksum



For DVD and USB stick
직접 다운 메타링크 미러 가져오기 Checksum

KDE (950MB)

For DVD and USB stick
직접 다운 메타링크 미러 가져오기 Checksum

Choosing Which Media to Download

The DVD/USB Stick is typically recommended as it contains most of the packages available in the distribution and does not require a network connection during the installation.

The Network CD/USB Stick is recommended for users who have limited bandwidth on their internet connections, as it will only download the packages they choose to install, which is likely to be significantly less than 4.7GB.

Easy Ways to Switch to openSUSE Leap

If you’re already running openSUSE you can upgrade by booting from the DVD/USB and choosing upgrade, or carry out an ‘Online Upgrade’ in a few commands. Online Upgrade Instructions.

From an older version or other Linux distro From Windows From OS X
How to burn a DVD on Linux. How to burn a DVD on Windows. How to burn a DVD on OS X.
How to create a bootable USB stick on Linux. How to create a Bootable USB stick on Windows. How to create a bootable USB stick on OS X.


openSUSE Startup Guide Release Notes License Full Documentation

Verify Your Download Before Use

Many applications can verify the checksum of a download. To verify your download can be important as it verifies you really have got the ISO file you wanted to download and not some broken version. You could verify the file in the process of downloading. For example a checksum (SHA256) will be used automatically if you choose Metalink in the field above and use the add-on DownThemAll! in Firefox.

For each ISO, we offer a checksum file with the corresponding SHA256 sum.

For extra security, you can use GPG to verify who signed those .sha256 files.
It should be 22C0 7BA5 3417 8CD0 2EFE 22AA B88B 2FD4 3DBD C284

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