Re: SuSE Professional Linux 9.3 login screen failure
Thanks for the confidence you are placing in me. I've been thinking a lot
about Linux, about SuSE Professional 9.3 Linux these days, and your
challenge is a tough one.
Without going into the tome that is required for a really solid answer I'll
give you the "nutshell" response. For people who already have an up and
running Linux that is generally meeting their needs, I would not suggest
replacing your version of Linux with 9.3.
Just the other day I was starting to explore the dbase package in
OpenOffice.org and received a message that the Java Runtime Environment
(jre) package was defective and it should be replaced. That meant going to
the Sun site where jre resides, doing a download, an installation,
etc. This is just one more frustration with 9.3. Why in the world should
the jre provided with the 9.3 package be corrupt? Oh well. I decided to
also update my windows version of jre and found it to be a much simpler and
direct process with less decision making on my part. That is more of a
charge against Linux, than it is specifically 9.3. So, yes, a nutshell
reply is one thing, but there's more to come.
At 09:42 PM 6/30/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>On Tue, 2005-06-28 at 12:59, Howard Rosen wrote:
> > Thanks again for the support that this group - LBo - provides.
> > Howard