Re: suse verses ubuntu
- From: "Adam S." <none@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 25 Sep 2009 21:38:41 -0700
Adam S. wrote:PHT wrote:I have noticed a lot of outfits are using Ubuntu. Dell is offering it.ubuntu for the desktop, openSuSE or CentOS for the server
Anyone know how Ubuntu stacks up against Suse. Wondering what the major differences are. I am still going to use Suse,
but have been thinking about putting Ubuntu on as a second OS and seeing
how it works. But what to get some input about it first.
*Ubuntu for people who like debian packaging.
openSUSE for people who like RPM packaging.
SUSE Studio for those who like to build their own distro.
SUSE LE for people who like to run a server and want up to 7 years
security updates (and are willing to pay for it)
CentOS for those who are cheap and are not willing to pay for all the
hard work that RedHat put into it.
If you want a cheap verrsion of an official Server release, go to SUSE
Studio and build your own, or just download the version.
in other words:
if you have $$$ and have no clue, get a MAC
if you have no $, and know your way, get Linux.
If you have money and a clue, run Linux on a MAC.
If you have $ $$ $$$, and want to throw it away, get Windows.
If you have applications you need on a day to day basis, do that as
So seems you are wrong on several accounts.
Na. I will stick to my MacPro dual boot with Ubuntu. kicks ass with 16 GB RAM.
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