What's New in SUSE Linux 10.1
Posted Feb 3, 2006 22:39 UTC (Fri) by alspnost
Parent article: What's New in SUSE Linux 10.1
I'm not too impressed that SUSE is copying Fedora's "ultra bleeding edge" philosophy. That's what put me off Fedora a while ago. I didn't really want to be running 'CVS' versions of everything....
Really, is it necessary to use a bleeding edge compiler, C library and kernel? That much, at least, should be solid and proven. To decline a beta, near-final version of a desktop environment, but use absurdly bleeding edge core components, just seems inconsistent and unwise.
I've always liked SUSE, but like so many others, I'm drifting towards Ubuntu now.
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