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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 Feature Tour

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Take a screenshot tour of Novell’s latest release of SLED. Get the scoop on what’s new and what works (and what doesn’t).

Novell recently released SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 based on the newest openSUSE 11.1. It comes with Linux kernel 2.6.27.19, X.Org X Server 1.5.2, and is built with GCC 4.3.2.

The default filesystem is Ext3 and the default desktop environment is GNOME 2.24.1. The most touted feature set of this release is their Linux-Windows Interoperability. Along with those in the separate server edition, virtualization and Microsoft Office compatibility are at the forefront with SLED.

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