LinuxWorld: SuSE readies new German releaseApr 13, 1999, 11:26 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mary Lisbeth D'Amico)
"German Linux distributor SuSE GmbH next week will release SuSE Linux 6.1, based on the updated Linux kernel approved by the operating system's creator, Linus Torvalds, back in January."
"SuSE Linux 6.1, which becomes available April 19, incorporates major improvements made to the open-source operating system with its new kernel release, Linux 2.2, according to a statement from SuSE, based in Nuremberg, Germany."
"Some changes in the new release reflect the improvements in Linux 2.2, such as symmetric multiprocessing -- the operating system's ability to handle more than one processor at a time."..."A feature called advanced router options also gives Linux more flexibility for use in computer networks. The new release also includes support for infra-red interfaces."