As I work on security, I used to use Nessus on my openSUSE system.
At least, for some reason, they stopped making an universal statically linked binary (though they keep doing it for the server part) and it hasn’t changed since april.
Even the server has a rather limited and obsolete support of openSUSE 10, whereas Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora have support for various versions and architectures. Check there.
This is rather a shame, as openSUSE is one of the major distribution.
I tried some workarounds like converting the deb packages, but, as expected, there are some dependancies issues.
So far, it seems that not many people are affected, because there are not many voices on the forum. I can live without it, but however, this is often a nice and useful tool.
Does anyone use it here ? Or did you get it to work somehow ? If you feel concerned, please let it know to Tenable !