Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 9th Mar 2006 17:43 UTC, submitted by HeLfReZ
Novell and Ximian "SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is an all-in-one solution that contains technology innovations and usability breakthroughs including integrated desktop search, accelerated graphical interfaces and numerous application improvements. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop delivers market-leading usability plus an exceptional end user experience with an easy-to-use and easy-to-learn environment. Seamless interoperability and support for standards allows SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop to readily coexists with Windows, Mac, Unix and other operating systems." The preview page has some screenshots and a screencast. My take: And there was much rejoicing. I'm seriously looking forward to this release.
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cendrizzi
Member since:
2005-07-08

Sorry but you are not the person this is going after. Did you read "Enterprise". This is for workplaces. You know, those places that need a nice packaged product with support? I don't know many administrators that have time to tinker each person's Centos to offer what this does (of course there's also that matter of, YOU CAN'T, since this offers many integrations and changes that won't be possible on those distros unless you love compiling)

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segedunum Member since:
2005-07-06

Sorry but you are not the person this is going after. Did you read "Enterprise".

Have you also read the countless comments and bits of info lying around where it has been pointed out consistently that there is no such market for enterprise desktop Linux? It doesn't exist.

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digitaldisaster Member since:
2006-01-02

Never mind the fact that IBM just announced it intends to move all of its desktops to Linux instead of Vista and all of those JDS licenses Sun sold...

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binarycrusader Member since:
2005-07-06

Have you also read the countless comments and bits of info lying around where it has been pointed out consistently that there is no such market for enterprise desktop Linux? It doesn't exist.

Saying that a thing does not exist, does not make such a statement true.

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