jon-reagan.blogspot: After hearing OpenSuSE 10.3 had been released and had a CD available, I decided to give it a quick test drive.
ariya.blogspot: I know I should be doing something "useful", but the fresh-from-oven OpenSUSE 10.3 is just too good to skip. Thus, I decided to waste a weekend to try it. In short: it's very solid and attractive, without doubt the best OpenSUSE release so far.
krizka.net: Last week I posted a harsh review about OpenSuse 10.3, but I also pointed out that there were some good things about it. Here is a quick summary of what I enjoyed during my excursion with this GNU/Linux distribution.
blogbeebe: I finally followed through my on my threat to replace openSUSE with Ubuntu. I've replaced openSUSE 10.3 GM with Ubuntu 7.10 Beta 1. Based on my experiences with both on my machines, I consider Ubuntu 7.10, even though it is still in beta, to be the better of the two distributions.
- Some openSUSE 10.3 Hints
- OpenSUSE 10.3 And Ralink RT2×00 Based Wireless Cards
- 1-click to install NVIDIA/ATI binary blobs
- Novell Pumps Up Sound, Graphics in New OpenSuse 10.3
- openSUSE 10.3: First Look
opensuse news: Yesterday we released openSUSE 10.3, and we are pretty impressed what happened. Some rough numbers:
opensuse news: As part of a Novell Open Audio series on openSUSE, they will be interviewing various openSUSE developers to find out more about the project, particular involvements and new technologies in the distribution.
Also: OpenSUSE beats Ubuntu to the punch
And: Novell targets Ubuntu, Fedora with OpenSuse 10.3
- ReviewLinux.Com: First Look openSUSE 10.3 i386 DVD
- Novell boosts desktop Linux
- Novell Gives openSUSE the (Faster) Boot
- New Feature List for OpenSUSE 10.3
- Stay Away from OpenSUSE 10.3
- OpenSUSE 10.3 Launch Party Locations
- OpenSUSE Linux 10.3 Review
- OpenSUSE 10.3 opens for business
- And Novell Fires the First Shot
opensuse news: The openSUSE team is proud to announce the release of openSUSE 10.3. Promoting the use of Linux everywhere, the openSUSE project provides free, easy access to the world’s most usable Linux distribution, openSUSE. openSUSE is released regularly, is stable, secure, contains the latest free and open source software, and comes with several new technologies.
cybernet: For the longest time I was always a huge fan of OpenSUSE. Up until about a year ago that was all I used on the Linux side of things, but Ubuntu’s quickly rising popularity caused me to start using that more. Tomorrow, however, will mark the release of OpenSUSE 10.3, and I flipped through a lot of documentation today to see what it was going to include.