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openSUSE iFolder: Come and Get It!

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SUSE Today we announced (officially) that iFolder code has been pushed out and we have a new iFolder Web site.

If Microsoft bought Novell, it wouldn't come as a surprise

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SUSE The idea that Microsoft would buy Novell isn't exactly that far-fetched. Events on April 1 have proved this.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 Feature Tour

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SUSE 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). By Me!

YaST and Compiz during Installation

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Normally compiz (more precisely the cube module) shows each desktop on the surface of a cuboid. Since we don’t have several desktops during installation we decided to show the “wizard” steps on the cuboid.

HP Mini 2140: A Nice Netbook With SUSE

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SUSE A year ago, HP jumped into the netbook market. Well, stepped in. Well, put a toe in. But now HP has gotten around to getting specific: The 10.1-inch-screened Mini 2140 is the company's first netbook aimed specifically at mobile professionals.

Linux beware: Microsoft acquires Novell, become UNIX copyright owner

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Humor In a shock announcement, Microsoft has today taken majority ownership of software house Novell. This immediately gives the Redmond giant control of Novell's intellectual property assets including the legal copyright over UNIX.

SUSE 11 vs Windows 7: no contest

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SUSE SUSE Linux 11 has been out less than 10 days but already there are comparisons of the distribution to Windows - all of which are being accepted as compliments.

The Perfect Server - OpenSUSE 11.1 [ISPConfig 3]

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This tutorial shows how to prepare an OpenSUSE 11.1 server for the installation of ISPConfig 3, and how to install ISPConfig 3.

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