Riiiiiight, that's why everybody around here is hanging out in a forum dedicated to a *different* Linux distribution??Kinne wrote: I just thought everybody is eager to download that new release
frank392 wrote:suse 10.3 looks Great!!
But the installation is still a big hassle .... And either you install from the DVD and SUSE --as always-- tries to install way too much + all the packages I don't want anyway (so I lose a lot of time fine-tuning what I want installed and what I don't want ... as always!) .... OR: you install from the new "KDE-only" or "GNOME-only" CD's which means that the system you get will be missing half of the packages you want, so you'd need to install all of those things afterwards. What a pain in the posterior ... And of course they still don't have a decent package manager that would come pre-configured to handle remote repos properly ...frank392 wrote::shock: suse 10.3 looks Great!! works way much better than before huge difference
Well, he's right that it *looks* good ... But read above. The installation requires you to click through many menus and dialogues ... click click click click ... From that POV you really get that 'good old' XP feelinglinuxviolin wrote: And with the deal with Microsoft... no Suse for me, no Microsoft openLinux sorry
Kinne wrote:So, we have the GoldMaster final release of OpenSuse 10.3
Here is a direct link for (high speed) downloading it:
http://ftp.uni-ulm.de/pub/mirrors/opens ... /10.3/iso/
A nice comparison between Suse and LinuxMint would be great...
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