Zoom.us Installation on openSUSE Tumbleweed

Some of us are #WorkFromHome right now because #COVID19 spreading around the world and it makes online meeting applications getting more popular. Some of the companies who did a #WorkFromHome use that to communicating with the team. And there is a lot of popular meeting online application such as WebEx, Google Meet Hangout, Jitsi, or … Continue reading Zoom.us Installation on openSUSE Tumbleweed

openSUSE Asia Summit 2019: Summit Preparation

Actually, this journey begins in 2015. I attending Indonesia Linux Conference, that's the first time I meet people from openSUSE Indonesia. Mr. Edwin Zakaria. I remember, he gave me Alex the Gecko T-Shirt from Babacucu.com. My first openSUSE T-shirt. After attending the conference. I also invited to KPLI (Kelompok Pengguna Linux Indonesia: it's like Indonesian … Continue reading openSUSE Asia Summit 2019: Summit Preparation

Introducing openSUSE to Vocational High School Students

Friday, August 10. I got info from my boss that our company invited to give a workshop presentation about Linux in one of the colleges in Bekasi. STMIK Bani Saleh Bekasi. STMIK Bani Saleh Bekasi is the campus where I studying. Indeed, my campus has a relationship with our company. They are hosting their web … Continue reading Introducing openSUSE to Vocational High School Students

How To Fix MacBook Air Keyboard on openSUSE Leap (or Systemd Linux)

One of the problems if you install Linux on your MacBook Air is your Tilde/Backtick keys are not recognized with the output. it will be appearing different symbols. As a Zimbra Administrator, i need backtick symbol for specifying email server host (`zmhostname`). I have openSUSE Leap 42.3 on my MacBook Air, now i usually use … Continue reading How To Fix MacBook Air Keyboard on openSUSE Leap (or Systemd Linux)