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Time for hands-on evaluation


June 28, 2006 1:17 pm





You’ve been reading about it, and maybe even writing about it. But if you haven’t had an opportunity to take it for a spin, here’s your chance. Preview versions of SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 products, for both the server and desktop, are now available for download and evaluation.The news brief is here, and the software is here. Put it through its paces, and let us know what you think.

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  1. By:steve krogh

    Grab the occasion of MSFT’s latest snafu with big brother WGA calling home false accusations of piracy to induce the likes of P&G, and the USAF to test drive the latest Novell Suse products…see the functionality, economy and freedom.

  2. By:John D (CNE)

    Why did you change the default menu yet again? The menu in Desktop 10 is great – this one is less than useful. Stop trying to emulate MS with it’s clean desktop. Since it’s a server OS how about putting a few icons on the desktop for admin task – like reading log files, user admin, patchs, software install, etc. Yes I know all of that is in Yast, but for people new to the OS it would make finding the key items easier. Also – go back to the Desktop 10 opening screen for Yast – the new one is harder to read. Improving things is great, but constantly changing how things appear makes things seem harder than they are – consistancy of the interface can actually help reassure people,