SUSE 10 Tastes Sweet to SMBs
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| Normally, dropping a different OS into an existing server farm is a
| problem. Administrators don't know how to work it, connectivity with
| other OSes is an issue, yada yada. Novell seems to have worked that
| out, though.
| One of my Linux zealot friends recently proved that to me, showing me
| his installation of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10. An install he
| simply dropped into a mix with two Windows servers running Active
| Directory, print and a little mission-crit application. He wanted to
| use SUSE as a base to run Scalix because he was tired of playing with
| Exchange and moving AD to Small Business Server seemed too much of a
| Damn if SUSE didn't just drop in there and start chugging. Mostly we
| attribute this to Novell's yet-again-upgraded YaST--that's SUSE's
| renowned package installer. I thought it was easy back in 9, but
| version 10 is even more plug and play.