After booting your system with the ISO file, you will see the following setup screen. On the Boot screen, press Enter on Installation.
Wait while the SUSE installation starts.
Configure your language and keyboard layout setting for your system, and then click Next.
On the User Interface screen, select the platform you want to use and click Next.
On the Suggested Partitioning screen, the system partitioning by default is as follows. If you want to install openSUSE on a Microsoft Windows 10, click the Expert Partitioner button to configure your Partition settings.
In this article, we accept the default settings for a clean installation.
Configure your time and time zone and click Next.
To create a new user account for your system, fill in the required fields on the screen below, and click Next.
If the password you create for the user account is very simple, it will present with the following window. However, click Yes to continue the installation by confirming simple password usage.
After configuring the required settings, click Install to start the installation process.
Click Install to confirm the SUSE installation.
Please wait while installing it on your PC or Laptop.
The system will reboot after installing the necessary files for installation. When the system restarts, press Enter on the following option.
Wait while your Linux system is booting.
Opening SUSE Linux.
After installing SUSE, you can check its version from the About section.
openSUSE Installation and Configuration ⇒ Video
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OpenSUSE Installation with VMware
To be able to run openSUSE on VMware Workstation virtualization program, click on the image below to view our article.
In this article, we have installed openSUSE Leap 15, a new Linux distribution. When we compare the 18.04 new version of Ubuntu with openSUSE Leap 15, we have seen that openSUSE performs more. Thanks for following us!