It's been about 3 weeks now since I decided to dip my toe's back into the Linux waters.
Three weeks is a long time in the world of IT. Since then, I've gotten
my hands on a Lenovo Tablet PC which has taken most of my attention.
Also since then, Novell has released SuSe Professional 10.0.
Looking at the feature set, I don't know if I'll install it just yet.
There looks to be some good stuff in it, but I'm still getting used to
Linux in general.
If there's one thing that has always annoyed me about Linux, it's the
fact that SuSe, RedHat, Fedora, Debian, and crew seem to release a new
version of Linux every 5 minutes, making it hard to keep up. Microsoft
may take a lot of heat for taking forever to release operating systems,
but in a business environment it at least gives you time to stabilize
systems, get them rolled out, and everyone trained on them.
After 10 releases has Novell finally gotten Linux perfect? Of course,
not. If 9.3's any indication so far however, it looks like SuSe
Professional 10.0 might be worth looking at too.