SUSE Linux Enterprise On Microsoft's Virtual Hard Drive
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) on Microsoft's Virtual Hard Drive (VHD) is a VHD image file that contains the latest release of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server: SLES 10 SP1 with most available packages already installed. With this image you can run SLES 10 SP1 on your Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2.While not interesting to me in that I don't use VHD, this is reportedly a SLES 10 SP1 build. If they've felt the need to release this, then SP1 must be out really soon.
iFolder 3.4 for SLED 10 SP1
Again, we don't use iFolder, but this is the client that works with SP1. This is available for download right now.
The iFolderTM 3.4 client for SUSE® Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP1 enables users to share their local files through a central Novell® iFolder 3.2 server. Users can create multiple iFolders, share each of the iFolders with other users, and specify each member's access right to the iFolder data. Users can also participate in iFolders that others share with them.
The iFolder 3.4 client for SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP1 is available for 32-bit (i586) and 64-bit (x86_64) architectures. The client consists of three modules: iFolder, Nautilus, and Simias. Each of the compressed download files contains the three modules for the specified architecture.
To use the client, the user must also have an iFolder account on a Novell iFolder 3.2 server.
Could we have SP1 out on Monday? Could OES2 (based on SLES10 SP1 code) be out Monday? We shall see, we shall see.