SUSE 9.2 vs. 9.3: A 64-Bit Comparison
Head-to-Head on an AMD 64 Notebook
SUSE Linux Pro 9.2 and 9.3 are both good distributions to put on your new 64-bit AMD Athlon 64 notebook, once you fix the nVidia and Broadcom chip issues. I'm here to report that the new version has repaired some nagging little time-wasting problems and added new functionality, too.
Should you buy 9.3 or just stick with 9.2?
If you don't have 9.2, I'd say give 9.3 a try. I'll outline what I found and then you can make your own decision.
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