Contributed by Linux Today reader Matt Anderson.
Much hype has followed the release of latest version of SuSE
(6.0), and judging by the review
over at Ars Technica of this
hot distribution, the hype is well justified. While packing a big
bang, SuSE incorporates tools like YaST, SaX, KDE, StarOffice 5.0,
and so forth to get users of any experience level up on their feet
and running productively.
As a long time user of RedHat, I find SuSE to be a worthy
competitor, as well as a strong indication that distributions as a
whole are continuing to do positive things to stimulate the growth
of the desktop OS user base for Linux.
Definitely a worthy read, check it