"SuSE Linux announced today that it will release SuSE Linux 9.0
on October 24. The latest version of the company's home user
operating system will be the first to support AMD's Athlon 64
processor, and will include a test version of the 2.6 Linux kernel,
according to Holger Dyroff, SuSE's general manager, Americas.
"Other changes in the new release, which comes six months after
the previous 8.2 version, include a tool to let users with existing
NTFS partitions reduce the partition size to make room for Linux.
The new software will automatically find NTFS partitions and make
them available on the Linux desktop..."
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