Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 20th Mar 2008 21:43 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE The next version of Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Server will focus on migration technologies and virtualisation, in order to entice users from Unix and take market share from Red Hat, according to a roadmap announced at the company's BrainShare meeting in Salt Lake City. Version 11 of SLES is not due until the middle of 2009, but Novell has announced six main 'themes' for the release, including mission critical servers, virtualisation, interoperability, green IT, Unix migration and desktop Linux. Speaking of SUSE, openSUSE 11.0 alpha 3 has been released.
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RE: Nothing of Consequence
by SlackerJack on Thu 20th Mar 2008 22:58 UTC in reply to "Nothing of Consequence"
SlackerJack
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2005-11-12

You get the impression Novell dont seem to know what they are doing(or think they do), just like when they brought SUSE.

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RE[2]: Nothing of Consequence
by h3rman on Thu 20th Mar 2008 23:30 in reply to "RE: Nothing of Consequence"
h3rman Member since:
2006-08-09

You get the impression Novell dont seem to know what they are doing(or think they do), just like when they brought SUSE.


Well, they did open up Suse development which was a Good Thing (tm), and although it's not my preferred distro, they could hardly have bought Debian or something. ;)

They are trying to catch the wrong fish, I agree with that. But that's also part of the 2006 deal, obviously.

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