OSNews: SUSE Linux 9.2 Professional
Jan 06, 2005, 08:30 (11 Talkback[s])
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"On October 22, 2004, Novell released SUSE Linux Professional
9.2 (abbreviated as SLP9.2 henceforth) targeted at the home user
and Linux enthusiast crowd. Since I am already using SUSE 9.1 for
my daily work on my IBM laptop, I was quite eager to check out 9.2.
SLP9.1 is already a very polished Linux distribution, with tons of
software ready to go. So here's a SuSE user's review of 9.2 after
several weeks using the new version.
"I run Linux exclusively on my home computer, laptop and all
servers at my work place. Most of the customers that I support run
some flavor of Linux or UNIX. I wanted to evaluate how well SLP can
fit any/all of these roles. Currently I run a mix of distributions:
Suse, Debian, Red Hat, and RHEL recompiles such as WhiteBox and