"Suse's success as the main competitor to Red Hat has been
predominantly in Europe until now. The penetration of this German
company (now owned by Novell) into the market is expected to grow
further. Suse has aimed its Linux distribution more generally, and
as such, it's certainly big. Similar to Mandrake Linux, there is
some emphasis on making the desktop aspect of Linux more user
friendly, but it also has good server capabilities.
"The installation begins with a splash screen with Suse's new
rebranded look. The set-up program is part of Yast, which is also
used to configure the system after installation. The first option
allows you to repair, update or boot a current system in addition
to a new install. Next, Yast takes a unique approach in collecting
together appropriate settings and presenting them to you in a list,
for you to make alterations..."
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