Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 31st May 2006 22:32 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE Novell's OpenSUSE 10.1 is a solid, multipurpose Linux-based operating system that - in addition to being a very good distribution in its own right - offers an early peek at the SUSE Enterprise Linux Desktop product that Novell is set to ship this summer. What has always (and still does) set SUSE apart is the measure of management homogeneity that the distribution brings to this diverse set of components - mostly through its Yast system configuration framework. Overall, eWEEK Labs appreciated the ambitious scope of OpenSUSE 10.1's configuration tools, but we also ran into some areas in which Yast's reach frustratingly exceeded its grasp.
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by k9_engineer on Thu 1st Jun 2006 13:18 UTC
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<<Three will give you just about all you need for a great desktop experience. Then just install Smart package manager and the rest of the software is yours>>
I couldnt get it to work in Gnome and it would not update at all. I followed the instructions to the "T" even copied and pasted the exat commands in the terminal...too bad

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