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Which will you install

SuSE Linux 10.0
44% (374 votes)
Mandriva 2006
28% (235 votes)
Both
9% (75 votes)
Neither
19% (164 votes)
Total votes: 848

SuSE and/or Mandriva

Actually I have both or neither if you whish, my Mandriva 2006 is actually an upgraded cooker, and SuSE is a speciality SuSE Open (the speedy one) upgraded with the 10.0 DVD.
Although I have many years under my belt with Mandr[ake/iva], and almost no real life experience with SuSE, I am "affraid" I will have to change my opinion about SuSE.
I totally agree with srlinux, SuSE is reaaly nicelly, and profesionally
put together, logical, and most of all, fast as Sal's new HD (the bike, not his harddisk).
Mandriva made some really nice things on booting, currently cooker is my undisputed champion on booting, but on the day to day compiles, desktop work SuSE seems snapier.

ikerekes

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