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Difference between OpenSUSE and CentOS

  • Last Updated : 10 Jul, 2020

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.

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Difference between OpenSUSE and CentOS :

S.No.OpenSUSECentOS
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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