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x86_64

DVD Image (4.7GB)

For DVD and USB stick

Hatalmas szoftvergyűjteményt tartalmaz asztali számítógépekhez és kiszolgálókhoz egyaránt. Alkalmas telepítéshez vagy frissítéshez.

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Network Image (85MB)

For CD and USB stick

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

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Kubic Image (1.6GB)

For DVD and USB stick

Container as a Service Platform based on Kubernetes atop openSUSE MicroOS.

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i586

DVD Image (4.7GB)

For DVD and USB stick

Hatalmas szoftvergyűjteményt tartalmaz asztali számítógépekhez és kiszolgálókhoz egyaránt. Alkalmas telepítéshez vagy frissítéshez.

Közvetlen letöltés Metalink Mirror kiválasztása Checksum

Network Image (85MB)

For CD and USB stick

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

Közvetlen letöltés Metalink Mirror kiválasztása 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 Tumbleweed

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. 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.
Ports of openSUSE Tumbleweed to architectures other than the PC are maintained by separate community teams. Scope and pace of the rolling release might be different due to limited resources for those architectures.

aarch64

DVD Image (4.7GB)

For DVD and USB stick

Hatalmas szoftvergyűjteményt tartalmaz asztali számítógépekhez és kiszolgálókhoz egyaránt. Alkalmas telepítéshez vagy frissítéshez.

Közvetlen letöltés Metalink Mirror kiválasztása Checksum

Network Image (340MB)

For CD and USB stick

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

Közvetlen letöltés Metalink Mirror kiválasztása Checksum

ppc64le

DVD Image (4.7GB)

For DVD and USB stick

Hatalmas szoftvergyűjteményt tartalmaz asztali számítógépekhez és kiszolgálókhoz egyaránt. Alkalmas telepítéshez vagy frissítéshez.

Közvetlen letöltés Metalink Mirror kiválasztása Checksum

Network Image (85MB)

For CD and USB stick

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

Közvetlen letöltés Metalink Mirror kiválasztása Checksum

ppc64

DVD Image (4.7GB)

For DVD and USB stick

Hatalmas szoftvergyűjteményt tartalmaz asztali számítógépekhez és kiszolgálókhoz egyaránt. Alkalmas telepítéshez vagy frissítéshez.

Közvetlen letöltés Metalink Mirror kiválasztása Checksum

Network Image (85MB)

For CD and USB stick

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

Közvetlen letöltés Metalink Mirror kiválasztása 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 Tumbleweed

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. 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.

Please be aware of the following limitations of the live images:

  • They cannot be used to install or upgrade Tumbleweed. Please use the Tumbleweed installation media instead.
  • They have a limited package and driver selection, so cannot be considered an accurate reflection as to whether Tumbleweed will work on your hardware or not.
  • They are not tested as thoroughly as the Tumbleweed installation media.
  • Please review openQA's test results if you want an indication whether these live medias are working as expected.

x86_64

GNOME LiveCD (950MB)

For DVD and USB stick
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KDE LiveCD (950MB)

For DVD and USB stick
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Rescue LiveCD (650MB)

For CD and USB stick
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i586

GNOME LiveCD (950MB)

For DVD and USB stick
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KDE LiveCD (950MB)

For DVD and USB stick
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Rescue LiveCD (650MB)

For CD and USB stick
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