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CloudBuilder 11-06-2003 12:22 PM

Why no Suse distro Forum ?
 
I see a lot off questions all over the forums related to SUSE.

Why is there under the distro's no Suse forum ?

CB

trickykid 11-06-2003 12:23 PM

Re: Why no Suse distro Forum ?
 
Quote:

Originally posted by CloudBuilder
I see a lot off questions all over the forums related to SUSE.

Why is there under the distro's no Suse forum ?

CB

Go browse the distro forum and you'll find out why. This has been asked dozens of times.

Regards.

trickykid 11-06-2003 12:24 PM

Especially if you check out this thread: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...threadid=86542

CloudBuilder 11-06-2003 01:16 PM

OK its clear I send them an email.

Dear Sirs,


I bought my first computer in 1979. I tuned it myself. I could only get spare parts in the States. In Europe you couldn't get a connector.

I worked with CPM - CPM86, assemblers - 6502 processors and so on.

My first PC I bought in 1986. I started with a projekt from BYTE and build it myself. From then on I had a lot of computers and a lot of operating systems,

mostly Dos and Windows.

The first linux version I bought was a Suse 6.4. I tried it out but I didn't come far enough.

For about a year I bought a version 8.0. It installed well, but again, after some time I gave up. The documentation is too compact for a newbee ( In linux)!

In spring this year I bought a version Red Hat 9. Thanks to a lot of people at LINUXQUESTION.ORG, who took me by the hand, I got a much better understanding.

By accident, I got a version SUSE 8.2, and now the understanding from a lot of things was there.

I just bought a version Pro 9. I like the completeness of the OS, but there is one thing that does surprise me.

I see a lot of SUSE users at LINUXQUESTIONS.org but there is no SUSE forum. To my opinion it is a missed chance.

To my opinion, with some help SUSE is a great OS for newbees and the market are the newbees.

Yours Sincere,


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