InternetWeek: Review: SUSE 9.0: A Distro Worth Paying For
Jan 13, 2004, 11:30 (11 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ross M. Greenberg)
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"Europeans are different from North Americans. They have all
this cool, colorful money with lots of zeroes. They can smoke where
they want to. And they are trendsetters, listening to strange new
music and buying cars with heated seats.
"Now SUSE is liable to set a new trend: give Linux users a real
reason to actually buy a shrink-wrapped copy of a Linux
"SUSE 9 offers a superb printed manual, a great installation
interface, a modern KDE system in addition to the more standard,
older GNOME interface, and a new kernel build. It's easy to see why
Novell thought enough of the software to buy the company..."