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SuSE 11.1 - too little, too soon

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I have given SuSE 11.1 due diligence. I have spent at least a day with each of the problem areas, some with success, others without. As a result I have come to the following conclusion:

* SuSE 11.1 is very pretty. The Plasma desktop is beautiful.
* SuSE 11.1 is a very pretty bimbo. There are a lot of things that just don't work.

As my father said to my sister, "pretty is as pretty does." The SuSE people have obviously spent a lot of time on facepaint, but under that pretty face is a very disfunctional brain. Let me count the ways:

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