Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 6th Jul 2006 06:11 UTC, submitted by Rick Coltran
SuSE, openSUSE Mad Penguin's Adam Doxtater has published his take on the upcoming SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop release. Many screenshots included.
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by WereCatf on Thu 6th Jul 2006 10:01 UTC
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It indeed seems great, and the computer menu seems a rather usable addition. I was just wondering why is the author of the article so interested in Beagle? I have it installed and working, but have found no use for it at all on my Gentoo box. I doubt I'd use it on SLED either.

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by arctic on Thu 6th Jul 2006 10:31 in reply to "SLED 10"
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I don't know what you use your computer for, but in many offices, in found that a search-tool like beagle is indeed useful. I remember that the Mac searchtool (which is almost identical) made it easy in my office to find data that no one really remembered if it was still somewhere on the server. If you have to find bits and pieces of information that are several years old for new articles, beagle can be a nice tool with its speedy cross-search capability. Of course it is not something everyone needs but it is not useless either imho.

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