Tuesday, October 11, 2005

SuSe version 10.0 is now available 

I have been using SuSe 9.3 for about six or eight months now and have been very happy with it. It is not completely without fault but all in all very stable and is the main operating system in my ham station at this time. I am typing this blog entry on an old Dell laptop loaded with 9.3 which is no barn burner where speed is concerned but I think is a little faster than using Windows XP. I will update to SuSe 10.0 soon based on the good things I am hearing about it. If you would like to read more on SuSe check out the story below.

From Tuxmachines.org "Do you waddle the waddle?"
About SUSE Linux 10.0

The long awaited SUSE Linux 10.0 was finally released Thursday, October 6 as planned and listed in the roadmap. I don't know how many downloads they've clocked as of yet, but within minutes of the story breaking the OpenSUSE site and it's download mirrors had slowed to a crawl. There is a lot of interest in this release as evidenced by the large number of reads of my articles during the development cycle. The whole world was excited as I by Novell's decision to provide a free very close sibling to their enterprise product under the gpl and organizing a team to develop it. Up until that point SUSE interested me about as much as going to the dentist. They have my attention now!

Follow this link for the complete story.

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