One month with SLED 10
Posted on: 08/25/2006 09:59 PM

Linux Noob posted a review on Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop 10

The very phrase 'year of the Linux Desktop' has been stirring debates for years now and the pro-linux and anti-linux crowds have had their fair share of bashing each other about it. I initially wanted to call this article 'Linux on the Desktop with SLED 10' but as the days ticked by I realised that my focus on the Distro changed from what Novell wanted it to be. Naturally Novell want their latest Suse prodigy to be used by Enterprises who want to use linux (or want to move away from Windows) across their organisation (desktops and of course servers via SLES 10). And in fairness, that's a brave move by Novell considering that not too long ago their flagship Netware products were their bread and butter so to speak. The company really has re-invented itself with the purchase of Suse. They have put so much time, money and effort into pushing Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) as the linux distro for the Enterprise Desktop that anyone who reads this that is in a position to 'switch' should seriously consider and evaluate SLED 10.

One month with SLED 10


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