Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Jun 2007 10:51 UTC, submitted by Jordi Bruguera
SuSE, openSUSE Novell has shipped the first service pack for SUSE Linux Enterprise 10. "Novell today announced that the first service pack for SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 is now available to customers worldwide. Featuring significant enhancements in virtualization, high-performance computing, security, interoperability and system management, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 SP1 from Novell lets organizations take advantage of the latest technical advances in the best-engineered, lowest-cost and most-interoperable platform for mission-critical computing."
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RE[2]: It's noticibly improved
by HeLfReZ on Tue 19th Jun 2007 20:44 UTC in reply to "RE: It's noticibly improved"
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What kinda machine were you using? I use thinkpads which are known for being more linux friendly than others.

Issue#1 couldn't replicate

Issue #2 Couldn't replicate on my thinkpad (tried a old x31 with intel)

Issue #3 (tried a old x31 with intel) couldn't replicate, 1 out of 14 failed, but I think that was due to the fact it hadn't fully cycled up when i resleeped it..

Issue #4, Personally i think yast2 and system-config-diplay in rhel are the easiest dual display tools. again maybe machine dependent.

Issue #5 (??) would never run into this so didnt attempt to test.

Issue #6 reader on my desktop showed a different device in "Computer" for each slot on my machine and they were properly labeled. CF reader on X31 also recognized properly.

not taking shots at you or anything, just wanted to check it out on dif hardware. Sounds like a buggy bios, but could be valid bugs.

How come this kind of stuff gets past a software company Q.A. department?!

same way Vista can release one day and have several hundred of MBs of patches already available, and a SP1 almost completed a month after launch...linux isnt alone here. Alot of the problems you are describing, in this case, seem more like the laptop may not be to "linux-friendly"...not to say alot of bugs don't exist lol..

Edited 2007-06-19 20:47

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