for i/p Series
? (give up)
iSeries are the former IBM AS/400.
pSeries are the former IBM RS/6000.
Bother PowerPC based systems.
finest. Unfortunately it is only the server product
I take it that means no applications whatsoever? No development
environment, no web browser, no office suite, no utilities, etc.?
Well, I just installed it on my workstation and it has all of those.
The problem might be more the price, which is not quite desktop
It's a pity to hear that Suse is going big
business and is dropping
those time-intense and expensive fringes.
Would I go back to Suse when I got to set up my first server/cluster
in the future? Don't know.
We from the PowerPC team try to find resources to provide a SuSE Linux
PowerPC product again. Wait and see.
PS: There is an acronym that I always wanted to know:
What does SuSE stand
Super Unterfranken sind einmalig!
SuSE is a name in itself.
S.u.S.E. at former times did stand for 'System und Software Entwicklung'
meaning 'System and Software Development' ;)