Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Aug 2005 09:39 UTC, submitted by sonic1001
SuSE, openSUSE Novell will be launching a community-based Linux distribution, OpenSuSE, at next week's LinuxWorld in San Francisco, according to sources close to the company. Following in the footsteps of Red Hat Inc. with its successful Fedora Project Linux distribution, Novell Inc. will be opening up its Linux development efforts with OpenSuSE, sources said.
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RE: Too Late
by Thom_Holwerda on Wed 3rd Aug 2005 10:01 UTC in reply to "Too Late"
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It's deffo no too late. I've tested the latest SuSE release for a few weeks, and I was really impressed. They did large cuts on what gets installedd in the default install, and it was quite fast too. Sane defaults and all.

Other than that, SuSE still has things that (K)Ubuntu can only dream of: decent system management tools (YaST) and a complete graphical boot/shutdown.

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RE[2]: Too Late
by on Wed 3rd Aug 2005 11:24 in reply to "RE: Too Late"
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but who needs to boot/shutdown so many times ?

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RE[3]: Too Late
by Corey on Wed 3rd Aug 2005 15:43 in reply to "RE[2]: Too Late"
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Laptop users do!

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RE[2]: Too Late
by matthew_i on Wed 3rd Aug 2005 13:31 in reply to "RE: Too Late"
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Graphical boot? Come on, that does not improve useability at all. Maybe if you said a faster boot. And last time I checked, SuSE's graphical boot was done in kernel space using a modified boot splash. The Ubuntu people will be doing this right, completely in user space.

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