I’m currently running an ASUS eeePC 1201n netbook/laptop. It has a 12″screen and a full sized keyboard; sort of on the border between a netbook and a laptop. It’s small enough to carry around comfortably and large enough to see and type. I tried running openSUSE with KDE on it,but KDE has a [...]
I did finally get openSUSE 11.3 to run on my dual screens,by installing Linux Mint 9 and copying the xorg.conf file back to openSUSE. That solved one display problem,but there were more to come. Skype,which I use a lot to talk to family and friends,installed. It needed a bunch of 32-bit [...]
I’ve been using SuSE or openSUSE since Caldera Open Linux shut down about 10 years ago. I liked the KDE desktop and YAST (Yet Another System Tool.) YAST concentrates all the system tools into a common graphic interface,which makes configuring the system easy.
I’ve since upgraded my hardware many times and now have [...]
I switched to Linux using Caldera. When they went under,I switched to SuSE and now am on openSUSE 11.0. I haven’t switched to 11.1 because I like KDE 3.5. The November 2009 release of 11.2 will have KDE 4.3 which looks good.
I have an ASUS eee pc 1000HE. It’s small enough to carry [...]