The first alpha of OpenSUSE 11.0 has been released. “With the new year beginning we kick start major development into the next version of openSUSE: openSUSE 11.0. A very early alpha version, Alpha 1, is now available for download and testing. Despite many other products being developed in parallel to Factory, we have seen a heavy stream of development on it, so it is really worth a try if you have time for testing. Note, however, that it is not suitable for production systems.”
OpenSUSE 11.0 Alpha 1 Released
2008-01-18 SuSE, openSUSE 9 Comments
but I still have a soft spot for OPENSUSE. 10.2 is still running my file server. It happens to be rock solid so I didn’t even bother upgrading to 10.3. 10.3 on the other hand (on my main machine) was a pig in terms of speed and reliability so I wiped it and went with bog-standard Debian Etch. Never tried Debian before, I love it, it’s fast, reliable and apt is way more user friendly than yast IMO. It’s unlikely that I’ll have another look at SUSE until 11 has been gold for a month or two. Still, way to go SUSE team!
this looks like the only improvement Novel has done to Suse
I want to try OpenSuSE, once work settles down a little bit with the new production environment I am most likely looking for a new distro.