Using it in work at the moment. It's looking pretty nice, though I
used a /home from Mandriva and the menus/themes and stuff got a little
messed up. (Deleted a load of .whatever directories from my home
directory and it seems to be working okay now).
Anyone know if SuSE has a command line equivalent of yum or urpmi? I
know yast can do dependency stuff, but I really like having the
command line tools.
On 10/7/05, justin flavin <justinf at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/7/05, Conor O'Callaghan <cocallaghan at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 10/7/05, justin flavin <justinf at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > i like the way they offer 2 versions - a pure open source one and one
> > > (the "eval" version) with flash, acrobat reader , realplayer and other
> > > proprietary stuff. Nice!
> > >
> > I stuck it on my home machine last night, works very well, a nice
> > improvement on 9.3, though it feels like it should be 9.4 with the kde
> > version moving on to 3.4.2. I am just trying out some of the new features
> > now. I had major problems with USB mice (mouses) on SuSE 9.3, it happened
> > across a varied array of systems, and worked fine on others, it had some
> > problem relating to the drivers, no matter what fix I tried it was no
> > The new fresh blue look is good too :)
>> I also had major problems with Suse 9.3 - the mouse would go crazy if
> i switched to another computer and back again via my KVM switch.
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