Setting up a quiet auto-update for openSUSE

I was having a discussion about openSUSE with a colleague when he questioned me on software updates that just run silently in the background. I replied that yes, it's possible, in fact on the command
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openSUSE debug repository

I am running openSUSE Leap 42.1 in a Vagrant box and while I had to debug a small executable file, I came across a message prompting me to install the glibc-debuginfo-2.19-19.1.x86_
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Tumbleweed, get openSUSE rolling

In the Linux lingo, a rolling distribution is one that keeps on updating rather than requiring "distribution upgrades" through periodic releases. Among the likes, such popular distributions are Gentoo and Arch Linux, which are also
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openSUSE Leap

Earlier I wrote about about openSUSE:42 and explained the particular branch will include core SUSE Linux Enterprise code. There was a long debate on the openSUSE mailing list to find a suitable name. On
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openSUSE:42 - a new beginning

People usually ask what is the difference between openSUSE and SUSE? Some even ask how to pronounce it :-) Well, before it hits hard, you should pronounce it suze. SUSE is an enterprise class Linux
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Skype “no sound” fix

I installed Skype v4.2 on openSUSE 13.1 KDE 64bit. Although having PulseAudio configured, there was no sound in Skype. I checked around and found this announcement: PulseAudio 4.0 and SkypeBy Arun | Published:
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