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SuSE Goes Gold?

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According to the roadmap the Linux community can expect the released of full official version of OpenSuSE's SuSE Linux 10.0 sometime today. As we sit on pins and needles awaiting the announcement and inevitable fanfare, delta isos, isos and iso torrents are making their way to ftp mirrors around the world.

If the early bird does in fact get it's worm, early searchers may use OpenSuSE's mirror list to find your copies. There's always some small risk in trying to beat the crowds and downloading before official announcement, but for the brave at heart, good luck.

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