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Thread: Debating between SLED and openSuse

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    ir0nman NNTP User

    Default Debating between SLED and openSuse

    So I know that SLED has a nortel VPN client, and I can't get it to install on my current ubuntu laptop. I'm thinking of switching but I don't know if that same client is present in OpenSuse, or if I have to go with the pay version of SLED to get it. I need it to connect with work. The latest version from apani is not compatible with the latest linux kernels. Thanks in advance for all the help!!

    -Rick

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    jervine NNTP User

    Default Re: Debating between SLED and openSuse

    You can always download a liveCD and find out for yourself if openSUSE contains the client you require. I'm pretty sure that openSUSE does contain the Nortel VPN client files. I use the command line VPN client, nvpn which is part of the turnpike package, which in turn relies on novell-nortelplugins. (on openSUSE 11.0) These also exist for SLED.

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