Do you want to use OpenSuse but problem installing media codecs then you can try GeckoLinux, a desktop-oriented distribution based on openSUSE. Recently GeckoLinux linux released updated spins of its STATIC series(152.X), generated from openSUSE Leap 15.2 and Packman package repositories.
Why Gecho Linux ?
GeckoLinux continues to be focused on eliminating pain points and polishing its unique out-of-the-box configuration on top of the stable and flexible openSUSE base. Proprietary media formats play out of the box, and additional user-installed multimedia applications work automatically with restricted media codecs thanks to the prioritized inclusion of the Packman repository. Google and Skype repositories are also configured out-of-the-box for optional installation by the user of proprietary applications from those vendors. Third-party RPM packages can be easily installed using the graphical YaST package manager. GeckoLinux uses the Calamares system installer at version 3.2.15, providing easy but powerful options for reliable installation of the live system.
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A variety of GeckoLinux ISO spins are available with polished desktop environments to suit every need and preference.