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SUSE Linux

(Pronounced as SOO-za properly in German or SOO-sah in English) SUSE is a German-produced retail version of Linux. This commercial distribution contains several proprietary components that prevent its redistribution. SUSE Linux runs on computers with Intel 80x86 and Pentium processors. The German company, SuSE Linux AG is a German Linux distribution provider and also a business unit of Novell. SuSE Linux is also frequently written as SUSE, in all capital letters.



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