I'll do a suse search and post my results here.
I've cheated a bit in the interim - I've bought an adapter to allow me to connect my laptop hard drive to a desktop IDE cable. I'll copy suse 8.2 to that and go from there...
Originally posted by OrangePeel
As a new arrival on this board I'm amazed to see so many people using SuSE.. I've used it for years and thought I was the only one!
I use suse as I feel it is stable, robust and inteligent, without the OTT marketing of redhat. It allows me to to forget about hardware considerations in most cases. It does seem to have a larger user base (proportionaly) in Europe - I don't know what the breakdown is in NZ?