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First Look: SUSE 10.1

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Improvements are still coming to SuSE Linux...
The SUSE Linux installer has been worked over yet again for the 10.1 release, and for the new users reading this column, let me assure you that you'll feel right at home. Everything (and I mean everything) has been documented and explained right down to the most mundane detail. If you feel you've lost your way at any point during the installation, or maybe just need a pointer or two, there's a little button labeled Help at the bottom left side of every step of the way. When you click it, the left “pane” of the screen turns into a help page. It can be toggled on and off on demand and is totally context sensitive, meaning that when you click Help, it will display detailed information on what is on the screen... right now.
 read more | mail this link | score:4220 | -Ray, May 23, 2006
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