Difference between OpenSUSE and Fedora
1. OpenSUSE : OpenSUSE is a Linux distribution developed by The openSUSE Project. It was initially released on October 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. Fedora : Fedora OS is a Linux based open-source operating system developed by Red Hat. It is open-source and it is freely available for use. It uses the DNF package manager and gnome environment along with anaconda installer. It supports 3 platforms, which are Workstation Fedora designed for Personal Computers, Fedora Server designed for servers and Fedora Atomic designed for cloud computing.
Difference between OpenSUSE and Fedora :
|1.||OpenSUSE is developed by The openSUSE Project.||Fedora is developed by RedHat.|
|2.||It was initially released on October 2005.||It was initially released in November 2003.|
|3.||OpenSUSE developer’s forum is https://forums.opensuse.org/||Fedora’s development forum is https://fedoraforum.org|
|4.||OpenSUSE origin was in Germany.||Fedora origin was in USA.|
|5.||Its Official Supported Architectures are amd64, ppc64, arm64.||Its Official Supported Architectures are i686, amd64, arm, aarch64.|
|6.||Its Default Desktop Environment is KDE.||Its Default Desktop Environment is GNOME.|
|7.||It is a little easier to use than Fedora.||Fedora is not as user friendly as openSUSE.|
|8.||It is not as secure as Fedora.||Fedora is more secure than OpenSUSE.|
|9.||Hardware support is not as good as Fedora.||It provides all the latest technology on current hardware platforms.|
|10.||OpenSUSE comes with Tilda Terminal Emulator.||Fedore uses Gnome Terminal Emulator by default.|