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SUSE Linux 10.1 "Remastered" available

Saturday, October 14, 2006

"I'm happy to announce the availability of SUSE Linux 10.1 "remastered". This release combines the 10.1 GM and all online updates that we have released for 10.1 so far, including libzypp, which should make the
installing and working experience much smoother for everyone.

We have created new CD ISO images and supplied delta ISOs from the goldmaster. The non-OSS DVD images will show up next week, we had to retract and will remaster. The ftp installation tree remains
unchanged.

The files have a "Remastered" in their name and a symbolic link from the old name to them so that references will continue to work.

If you are running SUSE Linux 10.1 already, there is no need to download these images at all. Just do an update from our update repository to get all our security updates. This remastered media are
usefull for new installations."

Read more | Digg Story
posted by linnerd40, Saturday, October 14, 2006


2 Comments:

Shouldn't we abandon SUSE?

After the recent fiasco generated by Novell getting into an agreement with Microsoft and the whole Open Source Community planning to fight Novell both in and outside the court, will it be sensible to shift over to another Linux distribution? There are other distributions that are as good or better that SUSE so which will be best one to migrate to?

commented by Blogger o2se3tak, 3:52 AM  

You pose an interesting point, but I do not think that the whole opensource comunity is out to get Novell. I would really never think of abbandoning SUSE, but if I ever need a new distro it would definitely be Gentoo or Ubuntu. Thanks for the comment! Keep reading.

commented by Blogger linnerd40, 6:35 AM  

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