(open)SUSE is one of the oldest and most loved Linux distributions.
Before it was acquired by Novell, you could only buy it (you could do an FTP download, but it wasn't easy, also considering that broadband connections were pretty rare at the time).
However their boxes were an absolute pleasures to own: 5-7 CDs, 1 or 2 DVDs, huge manuals...
As to me, openSUSE, together with Debian, was the distro I liked and used most.
A few years ago, however, they began to make choices I didn't like.
Nowadays openSUSE is just a distro like many others for me
However I want to try this release, but I can't do it right now, I am without a broadband connection ATM.
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