NOVELL SuSE Linux Professional V9.3 Student Academic Version - Retail
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in fact my suse works on Laptop without original ati drivers just perfectly.
2359 frames in 5.0 seconds = 471.800 FPS
2729 frames in 5.0 seconds = 545.800 FPS
2752 frames in 5.0 seconds = 550.400 FPS
2726 frames in 5.0 seconds = 545.200 FPS
2748 frames in 5.0 seconds = 549.600 FPS
Well I have a retailed Suse 9.1 pro and a free down of Suse 10. Didn't use any driver (never bother in any of the system).
I am sure there are deeper difference when I get to it. So far with the retailed version I can log in as root at the beginning but the free version requires me to log in as non-root but can be switched over after booted to the desktop.
Free Mandriva and Ubuntu are similar and less flexible than Suse too.
I recommend a retail version if the user is new to Linux and needs a set of manuals to get by. Buying a text book based on Red Hat isn't going to be very apropriate.
The best approach if I have to do it again is to buy "Linux in a nutshell" and get the free download.