what is differences between SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 and SUSE Linux Enterprise
i use open suse10 now.
i wnat to download the another distro of novell but i dont know what distro is matched with my needs.where i can undrestand differences between SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 and Novell Open Enterprise Server and open suse 10?
who can hekp me?
i use linux for network servers and develope web applications.
and use for engineering and home desktop for multimedia and etc.
very very thanks.
********i love suse and novell;) and heated from microsoft and fedora:tisk: **********
Find the answer at Novell's pages
Novell compares the different versions here.
I hope that helps you
what is differences between suse linux enterprise desktop and open suse?
what is differences between suse linux enterprise desktop and open suse? are they seperated things?
is the SLED free to use?
Judging by the verbage used when you go to download, it would appear to be shareware rather than freeware:
"An end-user-oriented distribution that NovellŪ makes available to Linux users everywhere via free download and free redistribution, openSUSE is not intended for business deployments but provides Linux enthusiasts and corporate evaluators with an excellent first look at the latest Linux and other open source technologies. Technologies previewed in openSUSE, when refined and fully supported, may appear in future Novell enterprise Linux offerings. The current version is 10.1, and openSUSE 10.2 is scheduled to ship in late 2006."
SLED10 is built from the same code base as SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 which uses kernel 2.6.16 + some changes specific to SuSE. It comes with a limited number of applications appropriate for an office desktop, i.e., not a lot of games and multi-media stuff.
SLED10 is only available for purchase and you are buying essentially a support package and the right to download upgrades.
openSuSE 10.1 is built from the 2.6.17 kernel. It includes lots of packages. You can purchase it but what you are essentially buying is media. You can download it for free or install it across the net or no charge. You are basically providing ongoing beta testing for Novell and, if you participate in development, you're helpihng Novell and the Linux community.
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