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Re: New to Linux? Try SUSE 10.0! It's free!

__/ [Malware Magnet] on Tuesday 27 December 2005 07:55 \__

> That's right folks! Why pay for an operating system when you can own one
> for FREE!
> SUSE Linux 10.0 from Novell provides everything today's computer user needs
> for home computing and computing on the go.
> Join the millions of computer users worldwide who have made SUSE Linux
> their choice for home and mobile computing. This product includes a
> stablized and integrated Linux operating system, comprehensive desktop,
> plus dozens of essential integrated tools that showcase the latest that
> open source has to offer.
> This magnificant software is free for you to download. Simply direct your
> browser to the following URL and *follow the instructions.*
> http://www.opensuse.org/Released_Version
> Got questions? SUSE Linux is extremely well documented and maintains a
> comprehensive repository at the following URL:
> http://www.opensuse.org/Documentation
> As well as:
> http://www.opensuse.org/User_Documentation
> If you have a question regarding a specific application, you can actually
> contact the people who wrote it! That's right! No calling some automated
> help desk system overseas. No getting transferred from one department to
> another. No costly subscriptions or licensing to worry about! Simply look
> up the Author and Developer information referenced in the application
> itself. Your question will be answered promptly and free of charge!
> Beyond this, there is an entire community of people who can help you
> throughout your Linux experience. This community is made up of developers,
> users, and contributors from around the world - a global knowledge base
> available to you at any time.
> So welcome to the Linux community.
> Let us know how we can help.

I have never tried SuSE 10, not even on somebody else's computer. However,
I  am  using SuSE 8.2 and 9.3 and I would warmly recommend both. Not to  a
programmer,  but even to my grandfather. It should be considered the  most
valuable  distributions among all, followed by Ubuntu, which better  suits
Linux  beginners or users that primarily/exclusively use an E-mail  client
and a Web browser.

SuSE hasn't failed me for several years; eve since I first began using it,
in  fact.  This  meant that high productivity could easily  be  taken  for
granted.  I never have to install anything either. SuSE has everything. In
fact,  I never truly needed any support forums either. YaST simplifies one
of the main support woes, which is hardware and software installation.

I  am  beginning to see more people on campus, who decide to  install  and
slowly  get  accustomed to Linux. SuSE is very common, but  others  prefer
Ubuntu. Other distributions are a rarity and those who stick with them are
long-standing Linux enthusiasts, fanatics, and Gurus.


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