[NBLUG/talk] SUSE the best?

Daniel Cortes otakuteen54 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 01:15:52 PDT 2007

I used SUSE for a very long time, when ubuntu came out with 7.04 I decided
to try it out and I haven't looked back since. Why? the addition of the
restricted drivers manager. I had compared SUSE and ubuntu before but had
always stuck with SUSE untill then. wifi, sound, video, all works flawlessly
(granted you aren't running brand new hardware) with the new restricted
drivers manager. What could takes hours in SUSE takes one minute in ubuntu,
try both out first and see which one you like better, but I personally
recommend ubuntu

On 8/2/07, Ben Ventura <ben at benjaminventura.com> wrote:
> Edward,
> I am also a beginner and I found ubuntu to be very very user friendly and
> easy to install, I recommend it.  I've used both kubuntu on a workstation
> machine, and the 'server version' of ubuntu and they are both great to
> work with.  Two things that make it fun IMO are the apt-get/aptitude
> package managers, and the tons of information on ubunutu's forums and
> website.  I have never tried SUSE so I can't comment on one vs. the other,
> but I thought ubuntu was very beginner-friendly.
> Good luck,
> Ben
> >
> > I've been canvassing the different distros the past couple of years for
> > the best possible one for a /beginner/ like me. It appears that SUSE is
> > the best. Any feedback from this forum?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Edward
> >
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