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On the SuSE site, 9.1 is the only one available for .ISO download, is this version just as good for home use on 56k as 9.3? and does it look ...
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    SuSE question.


    On the SuSE site, 9.1 is the only one available for .ISO download, is this version just as good for home use on 56k as 9.3?
    and does it look the same?
    and can it be easily upgraded to 9.3?
    thanks for ur help guys.
    Btw, I am a komplete newb at linux so far.

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    I recommend learning a lot of linux before you even try suse as well. 9.3 on www.suse.com is aviable if you look carefully. But for 56k it will take Days to download. So..Get broadband.(Especially if you concentrate on downloading all 700mb disks)(5)

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    Assuming that you're on an i386 computer:

    ftp://ftp.ale.org/pub/suse/i386/9.3/iso/

    That's the 9.3 ISO.

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    not 56 rite now

    Im not on 56k right now, staying at grandparents where 3mb cable is.

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