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“I found a SUSE in my garden!” Gecko paparazzi January 21, 2007

Posted by NAyK in Definitions, Funny Stuff, Geeko, Linux, OpenSUSE, Screenshots, Wallpapers, Working with Linux.
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These pictures are up-close-and-personal shots of “Gecko” the SUSE mascot, also known as the “SUSE lizard” the “SUSE Chameleon” or even the “Green Mean Machine.” These pictures are real and not faked (and ps. no animal was harmed in the making of this picture) (oh! more ps. these pictures were not in “my” garden, but my college campus garden.)

I’ve uploaded a collection of shots, and also made a couple of wallpapers, if you’re interested. I must say that Gecko is a little scary in person, looks cuter on the logo, but it sure is cool to see one of these amazing (rare and beautiful) creatures.

AS PHOTOGRAPHS (1024×768)

Geeko_01Geeko_02Geeko_03

AS WALLPAPER (1024×768)

openSUSE Geeko WallpaperopenSUSE Geeko Wallpaper - 02openSUSE Geeko Wallpaper - 01

Note: Gecko is a chameleon (just in case some think that Gecko is another species).

ps. open source does not mean no credit, and so I must give credit to my colleague G.Korah who happened to have a camera while we witnessed this beauty and took these pictures.

these wallpapers are also hosted at http://www.kde-look.org.

Comments»

1. Christian - November 5, 2007

Very nice shots. How about higher resolutions or more pictures?

regards

2. tarcicio - December 13, 2008

wooooooooo cool nice pics =D

3. Leonardo Oliveira - Suse Enterprise - December 30, 2008

Lucky guy! Really very nice shots. I like it.

4. Anonymous - March 10, 2012

thats not Gecko, its a chameleon, chameleon are beautiful creatures, you should look up the difference between Gecko & chameleon its not even close like the difference between sky & land, fire & water.


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