Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Aug 2006 11:24 UTC, submitted by anyweb
SuSE, openSUSE Linux-Noob has reviewed SLED 10. "Novell's strengths are many, and I'm delighted to see the excellent work they have done in usability tests, and making the whole desktop feel like it's ready, ready to do business, and ready to serve its users. The development they've done with Beagle and in particular the 'computer menu' are fantastic and hopefully are just the start of better things to come."
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SLED 10 has my vote
by cg0def on Fri 25th Aug 2006 17:37 UTC
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OK apparently a lot of people know nothing about SLED or Suse. They both used rpm and almost all rpms work with it. Also Novell is still a newcomer in the Linux game and if anyone manages to get industry support for linux it'll be Novell. Red Hat is too lazy and they believe in the "if you build it they will come" crap. Also as far as usability and inovations go I am sorry but Ubuntu is an amature compared to what Novell have done so far. So Novell deffinitely has my vote and I'll give SLED 10 a shot one of these days. Oh and the community version is missing some of the niceties of SLED 10 ... sorry guys ...

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