USB-Sticks with openSUSE
SUSE Linux or openSUSE (formerly "SuSE Linux" or "SuSE Linux Professional") is a Linux distribution of Novell and its subsidiary SuSE Linux GmbH (Software- und System-Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH, Nuremberg).
The roots of openSUSE go back to the early 1990s, when Linux could still be loaded on about 50 floppy disks from the Internet, but only a few potential users had internet access at all.
The main special feature of the distribution is the in-house installation and configuration tool YaST, which is a central interface for the entire system. There is also SaX2 ("SUSE advanced X11 configuration"), which sets up the graphics card, mouse and keyboard.