Byte reviews the new distro which features Linux kernel 2.4:
SuSE Linux 7.1 is the first commercial Linux distribution to be released with a 2.4.0 kernel, the Reiser journaling filesystem, and a comprehensive set of applications.Two thumbs up from Byte. Read more here.
SuSE came to prominence late last year when IBM announced plans to bundle SuSE Linux with Netfinity servers, and Oracle forged a partnership with SuSE to drive the adoption of Oracle software for Linux. Coming on seven CDs (one DVD), the $69.95 SuSE 7.1 Professional is a comprehensive compilation of the best that Linux has to offer, including full Beowulf scientific-cluster support.
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