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Suse co-founder leaves Novell

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Suse co-founder and kernel team member Hubert Mantel has resigned from Novell, the server software company that acquired the German Linux company in 2004.

SuSE Users' Panic Unfounded

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Rumors circulating that Novell is going to kill off its popular Linux desktop lines are completely false.

openSUSE inspires derivative distros

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Just two months ago, Novell opened the development process behind SUSE Linux, creating the openSUSE project. In the short time since openSUSE was unveiled, developers have begun work on several new and interesting SUSE derivatives.

Upgrades Lift Ubuntu and SUSE

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eWEEK Labs reviewed Canonical Ltd.'s Ubuntu 5.10 and Novell Inc.'s SUSE Linux 10.0, both of which began shipping in October, and we were impressed by the maturity, polish and, yes, innovation that these Penguin banner bearers displayed.

E17 for SUSE

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Interested in trying out an alternative desktop on your SUSE Linux? If so, then you might want to check out this guide to installing Enlightenment 17 on SUSE 10.0.

Novell missteps not affecting SuSE

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Novell layoff rumors swirled this week, but analysts were quick to dismiss any doomsday scenarios involving the SuSE Linux operating system.

SuSE 10.0 on an older laptop

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I made a first installation of SuSE 10.0 on my old laptop (HP Omnibook XE3, Celeron/850, 256 MB RAM) for not risking my working SuSE 9.3 desktop PC. I used the 5 CD set of SuSE 10.0.

Leaping Lizards, It's SUSE Linux

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I've been playing around with the boxed edition of SUSE Linux 10.0, but Novell representatives assure me that the Evaluation edition available for download through OpenSUSE.org is the same product, complete with proprietary extensions.

First Look at SUSE 10.0

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SUSE has always been at the top of their game and judging by the numbers they still are. Is it worth the download? Is it worth our time? We're here to take a look....

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