Difference between OpenSUSE and CentOS
1. OpenSUSE :
OpenSUSE is a Linux distribution developed by The openSUSE Project. It was initially released on October 6, 2005. It was developed for creating usable open-source tools for software developers and system administrators and it also provides a user-friendly environment and feature-rich server environment.
2. CentOS :
CentOS is a Linux distribution developed by the CentOS Project. It was initially released on 14 may 2004. It provides us with Red Hat Enterprise Linux which is a free and Community-supported computing platform functionally compatible with its upstream source. It is based on Fedora.
Difference between OpenSUSE and CentOS :
|1.||OpenSUSE is developed by The openSUSE Project.||CentOS was developed by the CentOS Project (affiliated with Red Hat).|
|2.||It is based on SUSE Linux Professional.||It is based on Fedora.|
|3.||It was initially released on October 6, 2005.||It was initially released on 14 may 2004.|
|4.||Its default Desktop Environment is Plasma, GNOME, Xfce, LXQT.||Its default Desktop Environment is GNOME.|
|5.||OpenSUSE origin was in Germany.||CentOS origin was in the USA.|
|6.||Current Linux Kernel is 4.12.14.||Current Linux Kernel is 4.18.0-147.|
|7.||The OpenSUSE latest version is 15.2.||The CentOS latest version is CentOS 8.|
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