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  1. #1
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    Which openSUSE version for longest support?

    Which openSUSE version should I install for the longest future support?

    I see that the last "evergreen" release was 11.4. According to openSUSE's wikipedia entry, support for 11.4 ends in mid-2014. This is also about when support ends for the current non-evergreen release 12.3.

    Does anyone know what the next evergreen release will be or when it will become available?

    Which openSUSE version should I install to get longest term support?

    Thank you for your help.

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    if you have licenced one then there is no problem for future support,but for you its better to install 12.2 version because its a almost newest version of suse and you will get future support but time even i dont know.

  3. #3
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    Halesowen, West Midlands, UK
    I can't give an answer but I can share my experience as a long time user of openSUSE.
    Basically I can't remember seeing a LTS version, I think those are reserved for SLES the enterprise versions.

    I have started with as low as 11.1 Milestone 0 and upgraded progressively to new versions, now on 13.1 Milestone 0 (factory) on 3 x86_64 boxes and I find the upgrades very stable.

    My recommendation would be to try 12.3 which is the latest stable.

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    Thank you both for your replies. Sounds like I should go with 12.3, the latest stable. Thanks again.

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