Suse Studio has everything and is very easy to use and customize. Phoronix is in one of the repos and so is everything else we might need. KDE, Gnome, LXDE, XFCE, proprietary drivers, the latest kernels, and if it's not in a repo we can use the opensuse build service to build it for us, so adding custom updates after a build is possible. And Suse is just as secure as Debian or Fedora. Also Suse Studio will build Live CD/DVDs (.iso), VMware / VirtualBox / KVM (.vmdk), OVF virtual machine (.ovf), Xen guests, Preload ISOs (.iso), Amazon EC2 images, in 32bit and/or 64bit architectures. They will even host the images. So from a simplicity stand point it makes sense.
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5/21/12 at 12:43pm