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September 7, 2006 4:51 pm





SUSE Linux Enterprise from Novell continues to make its way into the hearts and minds of the world’s young people … sounds ominous, but it’s just more good news for students. Thanks to a site license at Indiana University, students, faculty and staff can now use SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for free (not necessarily big news for open source software), but they’ll get full subscriptions with automated updates and upgrades, too. That’s a tough deal to beat. And Seoul National University, the largest national university in South Korea, has created yet another supercomputer to provide students, professors, corporations and research institutions across Korea with easy and reliable access to its supercomputing 24 hours a day, seven days a week. As you might have guessed, the new supercomputer is based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

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  1. By:Gordon Hilliard

    I use Ubuntu Dapper, Suse 10.1 and SLED. At the moment SLED is definitely my favourite