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August 6, 2007 by

Lenovo beats Dell to the punch

Ars technica, among other tech news outlets, reported Monday that Lenovo will begin selling their Thinkpad T Series notebooks preloaded with SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop in the fourth quarter of this year. While Dell was the first tier-one vendor to offer a pre-loaded Linux distribution on mainstream products, computers running Ubuntu (Dell's Linux OS of choice) are only available to consumers.

November 22, 2005 by

Novell Linux Desktop 9

If you manage a lot of corporate desktops, then Novell's Linux Desktop is well worth a look -- particularly if you're happy with ZENworks. Linux pricing and Novell's corporate-style support could make this a useful option for business.

November 14, 2005 by

SUSE Linux 10

SUSE Linux 10 is a full Windows/Microsoft Office replacement on one DVD at a bargain price. Home users could do a lot worse, and even IT managers may learn to love it.

December 6, 2004 by

SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9

This is a significant update, with important scalability and management enhancements positioning it ahead of the competition, and as a rival to Microsoft's latest Windows Server 2003 product.

October 13, 2004 by

Is Apple on the way out?

David Berlind suggests that despite surviving as the underdog for this long, the rise of Linux on the desktop may well spell the end of the road for Apple

June 18, 2001 by

SuSE Linux OS validated for Oracle 9i

LONDON--SuSE Linux's operating system has been validated for Oracle's new 9i database software, which was officially launched late last week after several delays.The German Linux seller hopes moving onto 9i will broaden its reach into enterprises, since Oracle has the leading database market share and 9i is its flagship product.


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