[conspire] Upcoming meeting dates
a_lamothe at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 29 15:24:35 PDT 2005
Hi Peter and Rick,
Yes, I was very unimpressed with the "Eval" SuSE 10.0,
it was very bad. Thankfully, it didn't mess up my SuSE
I'm not convinced that the "Eval" 10.0 is the same as
the packaged version (available at Fry's for $59.95.)
The "Eval" lacked decent fonts while installing, I
have a hard time believing it has taken such a step
It appears SuSE went to version 10.0 because of the
new community process. None of the software components
are significantly newer than in 9.3. I'm very happy
with 9.3 and plan on staying with it for a long time.
I'm looking forward to KDE 4.0 (will be based on QT
4.0), but it looks to be at least one year away.
Regarding multimedia, I think it is a problem with
Linux in general, especially on older hardware. On my
dual-boot system, Winamp sounds much better under
Windows than it does under Linux, it is the same old
"The revolution will not be televised. The monkeys
will be removed from the thrones and placed back into
--- Peter Knaggs <peter.knaggs at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/24/05, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> > Adrian tried out SUSE Linux 10.0 Eval Edition for
> i386 (5 CDs), one of
> > two successors to SUSE Linux 9.3 Professional
> Edition, but so far has
> > been very unimpressed by its quality control
> during installation to his
> > laptop.
> I also tried SuSE 10.0 (RC1 at the time) on
> a Toshiba Tecra 9000 laptop, and found it to
> still have quite a few of rough edges
> compared to SuSE 9.3 on the same machine.
> At the time, apt support for 10.0 isn't there
> yet, so to get any audio or video would have
> involved a lot of building from source, as
> SuSE 10.0 seems to be sticking with the
> no-multimedia policy.
> I intrepidly tried a YOU update, to get
> a security update, but the result was a broken
> Wireless and software suspend worked,
> but not as well as they work in Debian-based
> Kanotix 2005_03, which is still what the
> laptop feels happiest running.
> > Don't be nervous: If you for some reason are
> considering RHEL, you probably want CentOS instead:
> Indeed. Especially if you want timely
> support for things oracle databases tend
> to need, like the asmlib kernel module.
> The following page provided asmlib for
> CentOS more than three months before it was
> available for the "real" RHEL4.
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