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    BUT ! since being a new user it makes me panic while using each commands ! "some words in UBUNTU make me stand still "

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    Re: SuSE vs. Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by mobileking View Post
    BUT ! since being a new user it makes me panic while using each commands ! "some words in UBUNTU make me stand still "
    As they should! Remember kids, Never run a command unless you know exactly what it is going to do.
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    Re: SuSE vs. Ubuntu

    Cut my teeth on openSUSE 10.1 at work (yes, our non-IT office uses Linux and managed to break it in 3 months - KDE wouldn't even load on startup. A friend told me to try Ubuntu since the forums are friendly and I love it as much as my puppy at home, but only because of all the stuff I learned in the process of breaking SUSE; an even mixture of what I want/need from my OS and how Linux works. It is easy to love something once you understand it.

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    Re: SuSE vs. Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilDarkElf View Post
    Cut my teeth on openSUSE 10.1 at work (yes, our non-IT office uses Linux and managed to break it in 3 months - KDE wouldn't even load on startup. A friend told me to try Ubuntu since the forums are friendly and I love it as much as my puppy at home, but only because of all the stuff I learned in the process of breaking SUSE; an even mixture of what I want/need from my OS and how Linux works. It is easy to love something once you understand it.
    Hi EvilDarkElf! For what it's worth, openSUSE 10.1 was HORRIBLE! It was the release that drove me to start using Ubuntu. Package management was broken, X wouldn't load half the time... <shudder>. Anyway, it was all fixed in 10.2, and 10.3 is better still. Very much worth trying out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Incense View Post
    Hi EvilDarkElf! For what it's worth, openSUSE 10.1 was HORRIBLE! It was the release that drove me to start using Ubuntu. Package management was broken, X wouldn't load half the time... <shudder>. Anyway, it was all fixed in 10.2, and 10.3 is better still. Very much worth trying out.
    OpenSuSE 10.2 drove me from KDE to Gnome... I had to attempt 4-5 times to launch an app in KDE on 10.2 while in Gnome it worked fin the first time.
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    Re: SuSE vs. Ubuntu

    I started on SuSe but had way to many problems I finally ended up on Ubuntu and I love it! Ubuntu gets my vote.

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    I haven't used my SuSE install in weeks because it doesn't work on the University network (it's a KNetworkManager issue). I still maintain that it's got a level of polish Ubuntu doesn't, but it seems like it's a lot more fickle with functionality. Shame, too.
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    Re: SuSE vs. Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude View Post
    I haven't used my SuSE install in weeks because it doesn't work on the University network (it's a KNetworkManager issue). I still maintain that it's got a level of polish Ubuntu doesn't, but it seems like it's a lot more fickle with functionality. Shame, too.
    Knetwork manager does like to lose my home network a lot so I feel your pain there. Fiesty did the same thing, only it wouldn't reconnect, SuSE will at least do that for me. Win some lose some eh?
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    Re: SuSE vs. Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by Incense View Post
    Knetwork manager does like to lose my home network a lot so I feel your pain there. Fiesty did the same thing, only it wouldn't reconnect, SuSE will at least do that for me. Win some lose some eh?
    Are you using ndiswrapper?

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    Re: SuSE vs. Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by dca View Post
    Are you using ndiswrapper?
    My wireless was detected out of the box, so I'm just using that. Do you think I would see better performance if I was using the windows driver?
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