"The most noticeable issue was that I couldn't get the YaST
configuration utility to work after I completed the installation.
It worked fine when I was running the Live CD, but not when
launched from the installed environment. The installer also
prompted me to create a user account twice—once in the
initial installer wizard and a second time during the post-install
configuration process. Aside from these glitches, OpenSUSE 11.1
beta 3 delivers a pretty good user experience.
"It comes with GNOME 2.24, which was released last month. That
includes a handful of nice improvements, such as support for tabbed
file browsing. OpenSUSE's GNOME environment ships with a great
assortment of default applications. One particularly pleasing
addition to beta 3, for instance, is Tasque—a to-do list
utility that can integrate with the Remember the Milk web