It is common for new users of GNU/Linux to experiment with this distribution or that; those who have found one which suits them rarely venture out to test other distributions.
* Apple blows world away with amazing new ‘iPhone’
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* Debian release delayed
* Partners Seek Federal Funding For Fixed Wireless
* EXCLUSIVE: Telstra launches USB modems for Next G wireless
I settled on Debian a long time ago and prefer to use it on any and all platforms. However, given the fact that I write about GNU/Linux, I often take a peek at other distributions. Last week I took a look at OpenSUSE, not from a desire to write a review (there are enough slavering “reviews” on the net) but as a brief experiment to get a wireless card working. My comments on the distribution, therefore, should be looked at in that context.