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maybe this is too late, but if you still have issues with that let me know; i may be able to help.Dealer wrote:I am going to reinstall SuSe, but this time with GNOME to see if that helps.
i assume you have your reasons for going for suse, but, for what is worth... i recommend you to use ubuntu, no fanboi here or anything, but after using the major linux distros, i reluctantly changed to ubuntu a few years ago for my laptop and... jeeezz... i love it.
"Do not pray in my school, and I will not think in your church." - Unknown.
May be too late reply but anyway will be useful for you and for readers.Dealer wrote:Anyone here use openSUSE 11.1 as I have found a few USB bugs and need a workaround otherwise it's back to RTFM
You can order 1 free UBUNTU cd from UBUNTU's web site.
They send 1 CD of UBUNTU Linux on your postal address any where in the world at absolutely free of cost and no country customs charge duty on it as Canonical.,the shipping company declares that its a free item.
Order 1 and have fun. It's much more easy to use than OpenSuSe.
Even you can install UBUNTU 9/04 inside windows on NTFS drive.
Ya they using "Wubi" instaler.