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Old 16. Mar 2011, 11:04 AM   #53 (permalink)
Dedoimedo
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There's something solid about opensuse that I like.
It's the attention to tiny (call them corporate) details that you don't see elsewhere.
I guess it's the difference between soho and big companies supporting os.

My primary aims are stability and long-term support.
I don't really care much for bling-bling and I don't change my env.
Ubuntu changes too frequently but compensates with speed and ease.
opensuse changes less, but there's some extra work in certain fields.

Overall, both do the job.

Gonna see if Mint is going to replace Ubuntu forever. Depends on Gnome 3 and Unity thingies. Scientific also sounds good, as it offers an age of support during which you don't need to upgrade or change or break anything.

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