Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 11th Dec 2006 20:51 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE Yet another review of OpenSUSE 10.2. "I'm very disappointed in it. It hasn't changed much. It still is one of the best desktop Linux solutions available, its configuration tools are brilliant, its Gnome desktop is great and uniquely designed but the quality of its package manager is simply unacceptable. If you've ever used APT before you can't decently consider using this." Update: Another. Update2: One more.
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suse and ubuntu
by k.g.stoyanov on Mon 11th Dec 2006 23:11 UTC
k.g.stoyanov
Member since:
2005-07-12

i dont know, im waiting for PCLinuxOS 0.94! ;)

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RE: suse and ubuntu
by Xaero_Vincent on Mon 11th Dec 2006 23:45 in reply to "suse and ubuntu"
Xaero_Vincent Member since:
2006-08-18

Hmm...

I always though PCLinuxOS was a half-baked Mandriva derivative that only supported the i586 architecture.

There are plenty of half-baked, single architecture distributions. I like fully-baked ones that run on multiple architectures.

Go figure.

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RE[2]: suse and ubuntu
by k.g.stoyanov on Tue 12th Dec 2006 07:02 in reply to "RE: suse and ubuntu"
k.g.stoyanov Member since:
2005-07-12

i dont have 8 architectures, i have only ONE PC, and PCLinuxOS is what i need for it. As i know after lots of trials - Suse I dont need.

Edited 2006-12-12 07:06

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