23 Oct 2003 sisob   » (Master)

SuSE LiveEval 9.0

I just tried out the SuSE LiveEval cd to see what "the competition" are up to. And I have to say - I don't get it. My Law-student girlfriend can sit down at my Gnome desktop and get to the applications she wants, but I, a CS student, can not easily find my way around KDE in SuSE

There are still loads of kisms which means that you have to run every application to see what it does. There is also loads of duplication of function and loads of little things that make the apps feel like they were thrown together and not maticulously designed.

Gnome isn't quite "there" yet, but I think that we're doing pretty well.

That siad, hardware detection and general configuration in SuSE is pretty impressive, but Yast isn't "free" so that doesn't count.

Original Again

The Project page is up. CVS no works with servers that have register_globals turned off in php.ini which should help a lot of people get it working.

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