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New in SUSE LINUX Personal 9.0:
If you are installing JUST SuSE on your computer then it works great. Sure I've had computers in which "oddball" hardware doesn't work on it. SuSE on the other hand should be considered bleeding edge on the hardware support side. They are into it all and do a great job.
More bang for the buck with RedHat? What does that mean? I get an extra rpm or two? Listen. Look at what they both provide and make a decision. Anything someone else has you can get for SuSE. I was surprised with YaST. I loaded some stuff that was missing from the distro. It selected a site in Chicago by default. Took only a few moments with my broadband connection (Cable 3 Mb pipe).
Fedora RC2 was crap. Better than RC1 but still crap. Debian and Slackware are pretty good. For a desktop install I would recommend you wait for SuSE 9.1 actually. It comes out this month I understand (I've already downloaded the source rpms. It's HOT)
I bought the Mandrake 9.1 power pack. Read more