Turns out Bernhard made the openSUSE Image and only 82MB Compressed (Download Here). He apparently already has a few tricks to speed the loading process, as he claims he can boot his pi up with openSUSE in about 55 Seconds, not bad at all!
If you’d like to build on to the project or just make your own Image to burn to SD for your Pi, visit the original post at the openSUSE Linux Blog. But the question
remains, with a big OS name like the SuSE coming in, can this make other GNU/Linux Distros want to export to ARM, perhaps they see the Pi as a new source
of getting said distro out and used?
We really won’t know for a while but when we do, we’ll likely know as we should see perhaps even bigger distro names as those who support the Pi seem to be a
unique, talented, and ambitious crowd.
source [image]: http://news.opensuse.org/2013/09/09/opensuse-arm-gets-new-raspberry-pi-images