Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 13th Apr 2006 17:54 UTC, submitted by magick
SuSE, openSUSE The first release candidate for OpenSUSE Linux 10.1 has been released, but as you know, no release notes, changelog, or whatever, so I again cannot tell you what's changed, improved, or fixed. Download locations are listed in the release announcement.
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RE[6]: Release Notes
by grat on Thu 13th Apr 2006 20:08 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Release Notes"
grat
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2006-02-02

Curiously, the FreeBSD 6.1 release announcement is almost identical in format to the SuSE release announcement...

Yet no complaints about the lack of release notes or change notes. Granted, the FreeBSD release has more information about what's changed, but it's essentially "More, better, faster".

Disclaimer: I've been using FreeBSD since 2.0.x, and SuSE since 7.x.

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RE[7]: Release Notes
by lostnerd on Thu 13th Apr 2006 20:31 in reply to "RE[6]: Release Notes"
lostnerd Member since:
2005-07-27

I can honestly say that I have never tried Freebsd, not that I haven't really thought about it. Haven't really had the spare hardware to test it. Yes I know I can multi-boot but I tend to try to make my home system as stable as possible. Are you using FreeBSD as just a server, as your desktop or both? As far as Suse goes I'm been a user since 7.2 myself. I admit I have flirted with a few distros (Mandrake, Debian, Kubuntu and Red Hat / Fedora)I always come back to Suse. I was pretty infatuated with Debian's apt package management system, I can't help but love Yast. At this point professionally all my servers here are OSuse now and I love it. My Desktop at home is it too. I am so looking for the final version of 10.1. I think I am going to backup my home directory and wipe everything clean with a fresh install. Which means no more Windows. Sucks that I have a few games I can't play or don't have time to make them work with Windows. Oh well, probably going to..... Ok starting to wander off the subject.

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