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First of all openSUSE:Tumbleweed is the repo that will always contain what the openSUSE KDE packagers consider is the most stable version. There are other repositories that may contain later versions of kde but these are still under development/testing so shouldn't be considered stable. The manual way of doing this is by looking at patterns, In yast if you ...


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There is no good automated way of doing this unfortunately this is due to the fact that there are many people out there like me who use some programs from both gnome and kde, Personally I pick my desktop environment based off which one suites my needs best then use each program based off there merit regardless of if they are kde gnome or other. Yes this ...


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Simply search branding in the software part of whats installed. And remove it, there you go no more branding. Its mostly labeled something like branding-openSuSE or something like that.



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