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OSNews: Fedora Core 3 vs. SUSE 9.2 Professional

Nov 16, 2004, 19:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andrew Davis)

"While SUSE 9.2 Pro was announced close to a month ago, it was only made available for purchase recently. I was originally going to compare SUSE 9.2 to something like Red Hat WS 3.0. However, both Novell/SUSE and Red Hat seem to now be offering a corporate desktop solution and a "desktop for the masses" solution.

"Fedora Core 3 is what would have been Red Hat 10 or 10.1 had Red Hat not abandoned the boxed, retail-shelf market and therefore is its closest offering to SUSE 9.2 Pro. Novell/SUSE have recently announced their corporate desktop which appears to be in direct competition with RedHat WS and Sun's JDS. As such, with different offerings from both parties, I wanted to make sure I was comparing apples to apples and comparing Fedora Core 3 to SUSE 9.2 Pro seems to be the best match up..."

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