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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on December 17, 2007 12:53 PM
IS FREE SOFTWARE. It's licensed under the GPL (primarily) and you can download it at NO COST. If you want an automated update mechanism and full support, all you need to do is chalk up $50. Wait...register it for FREE and you get full support for 90 days!

You turn it on and SLED 10 SP1 will FULLY integrate with Windows networks seamlessly. It's not hard. Novell has been doing it for decades. PLLLEEASE.


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