Linux.com: Review: OpenSUSE 10.1
May 25, 2006, 01:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Novell released OpenSUSE 10.1 this month after an extensive
public beta that went through five public and two closed release
candidates before being deemed worthy. Here's my take on the final
version of openSUSE 10.1.
"I installed openSUSE 10.1 on a desktop system and a laptop.
Installation was fairly normal for a modern Linux distribution,
easy-as-pie in the full default mode if you're not concerned with
partitioning or dual-booting, and not difficult even if you are. I
ran into a bump in the road during installation on both machines: a
small bump on the desktop and a more pronounced one on the laptop.
Both bumps had to do with hardware compatibility..."