Reviewing the Release Notes

When SuSEconfig has finished its initial installation, you will be shown the SUSE release notes (see Figure 1-30). These notes contain general information about changes from previous versions of SUSE Linux, as well as a technical overview of the previous version. This file also provides errata from the SUSE manual and is worth a read to get a general idea as to what has happened since the last release.

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