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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
If you are feeling adventurous, the openSUSE project, which is creating the next generation of Novell Inc's SUSE desktop Linux and its SUSE Linux Enterprise Server variant, would love to get a little help from you testing out the new SUSE 10.1 Beta 4 release of the development version of the operating system.
The openSUSE project warns that the beta release has "some rough edges," such as the partitioner not working right (it sometimes mixes up existing partitions and cannot make new ones), but if you are starting with a fresh install and a single partition, it apparently works alright.
The project warned that this beta is, for other reasons, intended as a fresh install only, not as an upgrade of an existing Linux machine. There is some suggestion that if you manually partition a disk using fdisk and then do an install, it works fine, but openSUSE is still testing this hypothesis.