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Ubuntu 5.10 and SUSE 10 Review

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This multipage two-distribution review also includes an executive summary of each distro.
Ubuntu 5.10, also known by the code name Breezy Badger, is the third in a line of Ubuntu releases that has grown to become one of the most prominent Linux distributions available on the strength of a solid foundation in Debian GNU/Linux and a tight focus on desktop usability.

SUSE Linux 10.0 doesn't match the breadth of precompiled software packages that are available for Ubuntu, nor does it equal Ubuntu's flexible and well-integrated software management tools, but SUSE's superior overall polish makes it a better option for users unfamiliar with Linux or uninterested in working around Ubuntu's few rough edges.
 read more | mail this link | score:7538 | -Ray, November 3, 2005
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