Review: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9

Wednesday, 3 November 2004, 12:34 PM EST

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 represents a significant step forward for GUI-based enterprise server operating systems.

While others are still fiddling with the 2.4 kernel, Novell has jumped up to 2.6, adding several exclusive features that make SLES9 stand above its competition. On its surface SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 looks like a somewhat reduced version of SUSE Linux 9.1 Professional, but its most exciting features are hidden beneath the familiar green and blue GUI. Slackware or BSD servers are unlikely to be replaced by SUSE and its fancy interface, but Windows Server 2003 has no prayer against this production-quality server OS.

By Jem Matzan at Linux.com

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