Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th May 2006 18:57 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE reviews SUSE 10.1, and concludes: "With SUSE 10.1, Novell has embraced and extended its role as the leading desktop distribution. Given the amount of eye-popping eye candy and playtime 3-D effects available on this desktop, it's easy to forget that Novell is all about bringing Linux to the corporate - not the home - desktops. Yes, the money is all in the server market these days, but after the revolution Linux will inherit its rightful share of desktops, too."
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Very very buggy...
by vasko_dinkov on Thu 25th May 2006 10:38 UTC
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I personally saw much potential in SUSE 10.1 but I have to wholeheartedly admit that it is one of the buggiest distros I have ever tried. ;)

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RE: Very very buggy...
by Dark_Knight on Fri 26th May 2006 15:38 in reply to "Very very buggy..."
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No bugs experienced on Gnome but there was issues experienced on KDE where ZENworks and YAST would crash or just finding KDE running slow. Also issues such as refreshing YAST/YUM repositories would make the utility go into an infinite loop forcing one to manually kill the running application. Though as stated none of these issues have been experienced on Gnome. This isn't to excuse the developer mistake in releasing a buggy release. What it does is to prove not everyone is experiencing the bugs depending on if they chose the default Gnome desktop or one of the alternatives such as KDE during the installation.

Edited 2006-05-26 15:42

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