SuSE Linux Professional 8.2 Review
Posted on: 09/18/2003 12:32 PM

Linux Journal has published a review on SuSE Linux Professional 8.2

After being blown away by how well SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 handled the Ultimate Linux Box, I decided I would see how well SuSE handled on a more pedestrian machine. In the carton along with SLES 8 was a copy of SuSE Linux Professional 8.2. Unlike the fancy ring-binder SLES 8 came in, this was the traditional cardboard box, containing a fairly standard set of books and CDs. I kept unfolding the jewel case and counted one, two, three, four, five CDs, plus two DVDs tucked into a multi-flipout little thing that looks like it should hold only two CDs. Seven disks in all, plus a new logo sticker that looks like a green radiation symbol but is too big for the usual 25mm divot on a lot of PC cases. Ah, well, if that's the only problem we have today, we're doing real well.

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