Suse Linux 10.0

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buletov
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Suse Linux 10.0

Post by buletov » Sat Oct 01, 2005 1:04 pm

Suse 10.0 will be released soon.

I would like to know what are your's expectations of this upcoming release?
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Post by Siginet » Sat Oct 01, 2005 3:03 pm

RyanVM's Suse Linux 10.0 Update Packs! :D

I'm not a Linux guy... so I haven't a clue. But someday I will try it.
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Post by dale5605 » Sat Oct 01, 2005 3:10 pm

All the computers in my comp science class are debian linux.

I've been meaning to install linux on my computer but I'm worried about all the trouble I would have to go through, assuming that installing linux and getting all the drivers right isn't the easiest thing, and that having a windows 32bit, windows 64bit, and linux install all on the same computer would be tricky to do.

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Post by avidracer » Wed Oct 19, 2005 2:49 pm

suse rocks! quiet satisfied with V 9.0 pro.
@ dale, I dont think there is so much of an issue related to drivers in linux. ofcourse, its IMHO...

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Post by TJHart85 » Fri Oct 21, 2005 1:00 am

dale5605 wrote:All the computers in my comp science class are debian linux.

I've been meaning to install linux on my computer but I'm worried about all the trouble I would have to go through, assuming that installing linux and getting all the drivers right isn't the easiest thing, and that having a windows 32bit, windows 64bit, and linux install all on the same computer would be tricky to do.
Ya have an extra HD lying around? If you do, just drop it in, and give it a try. See if you like it before you bother thinking about multibooting 2 versions of XP with Linux.
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Post by unreal » Fri Oct 28, 2005 7:50 am

Tried SuSE, tried a few others..

Have a look at:
Ubuntu Linux
Fedora Linux

There my fav's so far..

Havent moved onto any of the complicated ones yet :P

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