Ubuntu and SUSE
As I already mentioned I recently changed from Ubuntu to SUSE. Why? To sum it up: I was up for a change! :-) And I liked the way SUSE integrated 32bit Software into their 64bit OS.
Ubuntu is one of the best distros I ever used (and maybe will again). The installation is quick and simple and no package-management can compete with Debian’s apt. And this is the main weakness of SUSE: Novell’s “ZENworks” package-system is a piece of sh… But there are ways to work around that issue. So here is a short and of course personal comparison of those two distros with pros and cons (always in mind that I’m talking about the 64bit version):
I will go into some details on installing SUSE later. For the time being, here’s a screenshot of my desktop ;-)