Linspire 5.0 or Suse 9.3 - which?
I am relatively new to Linux. I have tried out several distributions and have finally discovered that I'm not that much of a tinkerer, meaning that I want something that pretty much "just works" out of the box. I have Linspire 5.0 with CNR on my PC right now, and I do like it. But I am wondering how it compares to a properly set up Suse 9.3 Pro, especially in terms of ease of application installation, available applications, and performance (speed)? Does it have a Win4lin enabled kernel "out of the box"? I read a post on a forum somewhere saying that Suse can do anything that Linspire can do and do it faster. That sounds good to me, but I really don't want to shell out another hundred dollars without more input. So does anyone out there have some experience with both. I know Suse's pretty new, but I thought I would throw this out there and see what happens. Any helpful comments are appreciated.