Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 29th Sep 2005 10:37 UTC
SuSE, openSUSE SUSE's 10.0 release announcmeent has barely hit all four corners of the globe, but development for 10.1 is already underway, and alpha 1 is now available. The biggest changes since 10.0 are a new kernel (2.6.13.2) and KDE 3.5 Beta 1. Download locations can be found in the release announcement.
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Really looking forward
by manjabes on Thu 29th Sep 2005 13:14 UTC
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2005-08-27

Really looking forward to the SUSE 10 release. The RC seemed to have fix every bug in my current 9.3 installation (ACPI not working, SaX2 going crazy, to name a few) but introduced one very severe new one: network (wireless and wired both) didn't work. So I have great hopes for the 10.0 final.

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RE: Really looking forward
by on Thu 29th Sep 2005 13:58 in reply to "Really looking forward"
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Has anyone tried the performance/minimal Suse 10 SLICK beta yet? - I'm happily using a Suse 10 SUPER beta (which is nice ;) ), however the recent SLICK .iso freezes near the end of the initial post-install at:

Suse.config.prelinking

from what I remember - it's frustrating because it's right near the end of the initial post-installation process.

Anyone have any ideas, or has tried this .iso.

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