Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 3rd Dec 2005 16:58 UTC, submitted by anonymous
SuSE, openSUSE "All in all, SUSE Linux 10.0 OSS is the best Linux system I've used. It's easy to install and has a large selection of both desktop and server software. It has been extremely stable during my use. It is clearly an excellent choice for Linux beginners, with its fine documentation, easy installation, and comprehensive graphical configuration tools, while also offering software selection and powerful tools for the experienced user."
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I like it for the desktop.
by Edward on Sat 3rd Dec 2005 18:24 UTC
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I have a AMD XP 1.2,, & 512 ram & it seems fine. I Had Kubuntu 5.10 on the system aa week ago, I didn't like it. I installed it many times, trying to get a root pass.. put in, it is later that I found out Kubuntu didn't have root. Ok I am no CLI lover or a traditionel linux user, but this was a bit dumbed down for me. So I give SuSE 3 thumbs up for user-friendlyness, but still complete.

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