Wow, I am just really impressed with SuSE. Having been out of teh engineering for a while, I had no cause to run Linux and I've always been a Redhat/Fedora guy. But as you know, Fedora sucks. So I was gonna snag Ubuntu, but wanted something with IBM/HP/Dell support for development of a system we is working on. So I tried SuSE 10 Eval. The install was polished. I am very impressed in general. Slapped Eclipse, MaxDB, etc. on there and its ready to go. Running it on a 2GHZ Celeron w/ 512MB ram and a 19" flatscreen. Its real nice. One question though: is YaST (The SuSE package management) any good? Cause I installed the required lib for eterm by double clicking on the rpm I downloaded and it isn't detected as being present when I then try to install the eterm rpm, which fails because of dependancy issues. Is this going to happen alot, so I should just compile and manually install stuff, or is this an anomaly?