Tue Nov 9 00:26:32 PST 2004
On Tue, 09 Nov 2004 11:20:54 +1100, "Mike MacCana" <email@example.com>
> in my opinion seem to
> be moving in the same direction...
> - Open Source software only, much of which is developed by people whose
> rest is paid by commercial organizations.
SUSE/Novell/JDS is full of non-open source software, and are likely to
remain that way for the forseeable future.
> - A relatively small range of software by default with more available
> from other repositories
The latest SUSE Pro 9.2 DVD clocks in at some 9 gig.....
> - Simple installs, readable boot messages, Gnome as the main desktop.
Last time I checked, (moves browser window, looks at screen, moves
window back - yup, still there) SUSE 9.2 had (rightly so) KDE as the
main desktop, NLD gives you the (non-biased) option -- only JDS has a
> This is unique amongst Suse / Novell / JDS, Slackware, and Debian. And
> it works really well for the both of them.
Maybe they don't put cheap steroids in the 'coolers at RH, but just
cheap acid. Maybe I just don't understand your post.
A supercomputer is a machine that will run an endless loop in 2 seconds.
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