Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 20th Jan 2007 03:10 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE "openSUSE 10.2 is the latest release of the community project, after the somewhat disappointing 10.1 release, where you were liable to not have package management actually working. Hopefully, we'll discover no such flaw this time." More here.
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openSuse 10.2 to me seems much faster than previous versions (v10 and up). Then again I've got it on a fairly fast system with load of RAM.

The think I liked was the new KDE menu system that Novell create (well I think they created it). I like the gnome one when I first used it on SLED and now I'm working on becoming a KDE convert.

With that said I've been a big Ubuntu fan and I do think that in most areas it is much faster than openSuse. If they can find away to use the new KDE menu system in Kubuntu then I will probably start using Kubuntu.

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Really ?

I actually did not like the new menu in Suse.
It looks good, but it is using mono, and is really slow.
I tried it under Gnome too, I liked it a little more in there, but it just seemed a little too unintuitive for a menu.

I switched back to Ubuntu too.

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