SUSE Linux is a distribution supported by Novell. The community maintained edition, called openSUSE, is free to download and use, or available in a retail edition. SUSE Linux Enterprise is commercially support by Novel, and is based on the openSUSE distribution.
SUSE supports the major KDE and Gnome desktop environments, as well as the MeeGo project, which aims to create an interface suitable for netbooks and other devices with limited screen space.
This guide provides reviews of the SUSE Linux distributions, as well as a number of tips and tricks for users of Linux in general.
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