Home > SuSE, openSUSE > SuSE Linux Enterprise Server Review SuSE Linux Enterprise Server Review Eugenia Loli 2004-01-31 SuSE, openSUSE 8 Comments Recently, Ashcrow had the privilege to sit down with SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for the AMD64 and test it in a real working environment to see how it stands in comparison to other Linux offerings. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 8 Comments 2004-01-31 8:49 pm Does it come with Frozen Bubble? I wouldn’t use it on my production servers if I can’t play some games in between hits to my personal blog (my life is very exciting). 2004-01-31 9:35 pm Chromium is better 2004-01-31 10:16 pm I’ve wasted many hours with the emacs psychiatrist. That’s good for “suppose to be working” entertainment. Call it research. 🙂 Then again, I’ve wasted YEARS of my life on tetris. 2004-01-31 10:52 pm I think the joke went over your head. 😉 The joke was that all psychiatrists do is ask you innane questions, they don’t really understand anything. 2004-01-31 11:29 pm :o…:-) 2004-02-01 5:14 pm Ashcrow forgot to tell us the amount of RAM installed in his servers. I may be wrong but I think that’s an important factor when it comes to using databases. Also, it’s the first time I’ve heard of a distro that performs a “stealth update” of the kernel. Suse engineers went too far with that one. 2004-02-01 8:22 pm We need the linux that NASA has installed on their servers! It’s probably a very secure stable reliable platform.. I want.. I want.. I want…….. 2004-02-01 10:34 pm You can get just that linux from http://www.kernel.org NSA also has made specialized secure version of Linux, which is known as SELinux, http://www.nsa.gov/selinux/ which is probably also used by Nasa and such large goverment stuff that needs high security.