I think it is great news to have OpenSuse be identified as a really good business distro. From the article:
"As a business user, I need a desktop that can work in complicated network. Like many business networks, my LAN includes servers that use the old-school NT domain style networking as well as AD (Active Directory) for Windows and Samba-based resources. I also need access to a local NFS (Network File System) server and remote servers that I access with OpenSSH and FTP. And I do all this at the same time. Can you copy and paste a file from an NTFS (NT File System) Windows 2003 drive on an AD tree to a Linux server using ReiserFS 500 miles away over FTP—or, better still, vice versa? With OpenSUSE I can do it without driving myself crazy with manually twisting network configuration files."
I look at this as something entirely positive.
On Nov 28, 2007 3:22 AM, Josef Assad firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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While it's real fluffy, it's nonetheless good light reading. Nutshell:
Fedora's the bleeding edge techie distro Ubuntu (predictably) is the Joe User distro and we're apparently the really good business distro.
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