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Review: SUSE 9.0: Linux worth paying for


I paid for it too...
SUSE 9 offers a superb printed manual, a great installation interface, a modern KDE system in addition to the more standard, older GNOME interface, and a new kernel build. It's easy to see why Novell thought enough of the software to buy the company.

But there's a catch: you'll have to get purchasing to approve an expenditure of $90 (including shipping) per copy. You'll have no choice: the full distribution is not available for download, and you'll want the 400+ page manual. For home users, there's a less expensive Home Version available for $50 with less support and installation help, mostly for non-developers or non-network users.
 read more | mail this link | score:7891 | -Ray, January 11, 2004
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