MandrakeSoft S.A. and Novell Inc.’s SuSE Linux division, recently shipped new versions of their respective mainstream Linux distributions, both based on the new Linux 2.6 kernel. eWEEK Labs tested Mandrakelinux 10 PowerPack+ and SuSE Linux 9.1 Professional—which each began shipping last month—and we were impressed with their ease of use and with the broadness of their capabilities.
Mandrake, SuSE Offer New Linux Features
2004-05-10 Linux 2 Comments
I wish Mandrake and SuSE would restart their PPC development. Mandrake stopped at 9.1 and SuSE hasn’t had a PPC version since 7.3. Yellowdog, Debian, and Gentoo are nice on PPC hardware, but it would be great to have Mandrake and SuSE back in the mix too.
Mandrake, Suse, Fedora, Gentoo …. They ALL became so good :-). I remember me trying linux 4-5 years ago, there was only kde1, and gnome was almost not usuable then… 🙂