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=== SUSE ===
 
=== SUSE ===
This page gives an introduction to SUSE and an overview of related articles.
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This page gives an introduction to SUSE and an overview of related articles. If your looking for [[:Category:OpenSUSE|OpenSUSE]], please check [[:Category:OpenSUSE|here]].
 
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=== What is SUSE? ===
 
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=== What is SuSE? ===
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SUSE Linux is one of the oldest commercial Linux distributions around.
 
SUSE Linux is one of the oldest commercial Linux distributions around.
The company is based in Nürnberg, Germany and started distributing Linux in 1994.
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The company is based in Nürnberg, Germany and started distributing Linux in 1994.
  
As RedHat did before, SUSE decided to open up their distribution into a community based branch in 2005.
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As Red Hat did before with [[:Category:Fedora|Fedora]], SUSE decided to open up their distribution into a community based branch in 2005 called [[:Category:OpenSUSE|OpenSUSE]]
SUSE Linux 10 was the first community developed SUSE release. The home of this branch is [http://www.opensuse.org www.opensuse.org].
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For a more detailed description of SUSE and SUSE Linux, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SUSE
 
For a more detailed description of SUSE and SUSE Linux, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SUSE
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Frequently asked questions about SUSE Linux are answered in the [http://susefaq.sourceforge.net/ SUSE FAQ].
 
Frequently asked questions about SUSE Linux are answered in the [http://susefaq.sourceforge.net/ SUSE FAQ].
  
SUSE hosts several mailing lists - an overview and subscription information is available from http://www.suse.com/us/private/support/online_help/mailinglists/index.html, the archive is located at http://lists.suse.com/archive/  
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SUSE hosts several mailing lists - an overview and subscription information is available from http://www.suse.com/us/private/support/online_help/mailinglists/index.html, the archive is located at http://lists.suse.com/archive/
 
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===OS Homepage===
 
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Latest revision as of 18:02, 21 August 2008

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SUSE

This page gives an introduction to SUSE and an overview of related articles. If your looking for OpenSUSE, please check here.


What is SUSE?

SUSE Linux is one of the oldest commercial Linux distributions around. The company is based in Nürnberg, Germany and started distributing Linux in 1994.

As Red Hat did before with Fedora, SUSE decided to open up their distribution into a community based branch in 2005 called OpenSUSE

For a more detailed description of SUSE and SUSE Linux, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SUSE and the SuSE home page

Frequently asked questions about SUSE Linux are answered in the SUSE FAQ.

SUSE hosts several mailing lists - an overview and subscription information is available from http://www.suse.com/us/private/support/online_help/mailinglists/index.html, the archive is located at http://lists.suse.com/archive/

OS Homepage