[ILUG] dd/rawwrite for win2k ? And a new question about SUSE 7.3
ian at kiigan.com
Tue Nov 20 14:06:47 GMT 2001
In answer to your question Conor, I'm using SuSE 7.3 currently, and
I've been using SuSE Linux for years.
Not to get involved in a "my distro is better than your distro" argument
(since I really don't care - whatever works best) but the recent
SuSE Linux releases (7.x) have been extremely polished. Great installer,
GUI configuration tools, online update tool, very well documented.
Also there isn't any CD swapping involved if you buy SuSE Linux, it includes
the whole lot on a single DVD in addition to the CDs).
Anyway my experience with it has been very positive.
ian at kiigan.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> Wynne, Conor
> Sent: 20 November 2001 11:53
> To: ilug at linux.ie
> Subject: RE: [ILUG] dd/rawwrite for win2k ? And a new question about
> SUSE 7.3
> Ah, no idea, same limitation of rawrite. I obviously missed that point
> Its on the SUSe cd's. Speaking of SUSE, anyone try SUSE 7.3?
> I have never been a SUSE fan, but they are European, and thats good
> enuff for me.
> A couple of very good reviews going around but I know of no-one with
> experience with it. Niall maybe?
> If its as good as I hear (sorry no URL's) I'm off to download all 6
> Incidentally it was the 6 CD's swapping all around the gaf that put me
> off in the first place, but I've a new system to install so...
> But can it write to flash cards, which appear as SCSI disks...
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