“The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield, and government to gain ground.”
No thank you. I'll stick with OpenSUSE......
Drjim, I never understood why SuSE added "Open" to their name. Ees Linux. Ees open.
Yup, eet shore ees!I think they added the "Open" part because at the time FOSS was gaining momentum in the press, and it seemed like a good idea.Been using S.U.S.E since version 6.2. I found the box one day at CompUSA, and noticed it listed Amateur Radio software as being included. Dropped HeadRat Linux like a hot rock, and stayed with Suse. The reason I was distro shopping was that this was about the time HeadRat deliberately released a version with known broken libs. Made it a huge PITA to try and compile something when half the libs were borked.
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