"SLED 11, which was released on March 24, stands above
its competitors because it works and plays well with existing
Windows business networks, data files and application servers. You
can, of course, add this functionality to other Linux distributions
-- if you're willing to do it manually. SLED gives you pretty much
the full deal out of the box.
"This new desktop is based on openSUSE 11.1. If you've already
used openSUSE, you might think at first glance that SLED 11 is
little more than openSUSE with a $120 annual service contract. It's
more than that, though. Here's what I found in my recent run with
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