The Register: SuSE 8.0, KDE 3.0 First Look
May 09, 2002, 20:30 (6 Talkback[s])
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"People have been wondering why a conservative company like SuSE
would go with two x.0 versions, theirs and KDE's, to form the core
of their latest distro; and I must say that on the basis of my
experience with x.0's I was ready for some comic frustration when I
installed SuSE 8.0-Pro the other day.
"Ah, but it was a delightfully boring affair which went off
without a hitch. YaST2 has been sharpened a bit since 7.3, with
cleaner splash and boot screens, and a Web-style links menu for
installation options. I chose XFS again, chiefly to be fair to
Mandrake which I kicked to the curb in a recent review of their new
"Package selection in any SuSE Pro distro is a lengthy affair,
taking a good twenty minutes if you're familiar with it. If you've
never used SuSE, then you might count on forty-five minutes to get
it all sorted. Pretty much everything you could ever hope to find
on the Web for Linux is there. The packages have been separated
into even more categories now in hopes of simplifying the task. I
don't think it helps much; but I really like the freedom of choice.
That is, after all, one of the chief virtues of Linux..."