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Novell Ships Suse Linux 10.1

By   |  May 12, 2006

Novell today announced Suse Linux 10.1, the newest version of Novell’s community Linux distribution, is available.

Suse Linux 10.1 is the first version of Suse Linux created in full partnership with the open source community, openSuse.

“Novell and the openSuse community have created a Linux product that will interest new Linux users as well as the most technically savvy,” says Allison Singh, systems engineer at Novell South Africa. “Suse Linux 10.1 is the only retail offering that delivers the latest of what Linux has to offer, from the most recent advancements in desktop search and graphic user interfaces to interoperability with the most popular Windows applications.

“Whether they’re using Linux to power a personal Web server, as their personal application development environment or just for basic computing, customers will find what they need in Suse Linux 10.1.”

Suse Linux 10.1 features more than 1 500 software packages containing the latest open source innovations. It provides a complete desktop experience for new Linux users, including the new OpenOffice.org office productivity suite, Firefox Web browser, GAIM instant messaging client, multimedia tools and graphical software.

For the geeks, Suse Linux 10.1 also offers the latest open source applications for developing applications, setting up a home network and running a Web server, as well as the latest previews of virtualisation software, clustering file systems and technologies.

Suse Linux is an end-user-oriented distribution that Novell makes available to Linux users everywhere via free download and free redistribution.

Novell has positioned Suse Linux 10.1 as a testing ground for new technologies that may end up in Novell’s enterprise solutions. “Suse Linux is not intended for business deployments but provides corporate evaluators with an excellent first look at technologies like Xen (virtualization), OpenOffice.org 2.0, Beagle and Mono,” says Singh.

Suse Linux 10.1 was created by the openSuse project, the Novell-sponsored community initiative that promotes the use of Linux everywhere, especially among traditionally non-technical audiences. The openSuse project has more than 25 000 registered members, and Suse Linux 10.0 recently topped 1.6 million verified installations.

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