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August 29, 2006

Tweaking SUSE 10.1

Filed under: Linux, Tutorials — rakeshvk @ 4:35 pm

In late May, SUSE Linux 10.1, the latest free/community Linux distribution from the folks at Novell was released into the wild. Like its predecessor, SUSE Linux 10.0, the newest incarnation of the OpenSUSE effort boasts the very latest and greatest enhancements for the Linux desktop user, including KDE X.X, GNOME X.X, the latest multimedia components, such as the iTunes- like Banshee MP3 and iPod software, as well as the entire foundation of SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, the corporate and regression-tested versions which should be available by the time you read this article. Why, SUSE Linux 10.1 has more software in it than any desktop Linux user and developer could possibly want.

Like any community effort, SUSE 10.1 has a number of components that could be considered bleeding edge. Two notable packages: the new libzypp package manager integration, a major change from previous versions of SUSE, and the XGL 3D desktop.

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