Two Advance Reviews of SuSE Linux 8.2
Mar 31, 2003, 17:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eugenia Loli-Queru)
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MadPenguin.org: First Look At SuSE Linux 8.2
"Once again I find myself checking out the newest SuSE release,
and to tell you the truth, I really enjoy it. My personal computer
is running Slackware (yes, I upgraded to 9.0 immediately), and I
wouldn't trade it for any other distribution in the world, but I've
got to say is that SuSE is still at the top of their game. When you
look at all the desktop distros out there such as Mandrake,
Lycoris, and Red Hat, they all really have their endearing factors,
but they all are lacking in one way or another.
"This is not to say that SuSE is perfect, because it's not. It
has it's irritations just like any other OS, but they are minimal.
More on that later... let's get on with it..."
OSNews: SuSE Linux 8.2: Evolutionary, But Not
"What a big month this was with many Linux releases (and not
just Linux ones). The third most popular Linux distribution (along
with Debian), after Red Hat and Mandrake, is SuSE. While the
company is more successful in Europe, with their 8.1 release a few
months ago they were able to broaden their user base worldwide even
more. The new version, 8.2, is coming out in about a week from now,
but OSNews had early access to it so we were able to evaluate it.
Read more for our experiences with SuSE Linux 8.2 and check out a
few screenshots too..."