I have penguin (kernel 2.4.8 recomp) and NW (5.1) on my other Server. The SuSe 7.3 distie is quite cool.
So I am not a total WIMP (Windows, Icons, Menus and Pointing devices). Although I do like the KDE X implementation. (Penguin has a bit of trouble with Athlons and Durons and AGP-CPU transfers, a patch from AMD is out there for Win2k, see their Site for further specs and UDs).
BTW, if any of you are going to install Win2K, here is a piece of advice. When you have gone through the copying process and the first reboot, you will see a message at the bottom of the screen which says:
"Press F6 for further SCSI adapters".
When you see this message press F5 and choose the relevant computer type - stay away from ACPI like the plague.
The other thing that you can do is edit the Txtsetup.sif file and in the
part change the value
ACPI-ENABLE from the value 2, to the value 0
Of course to do this you have to copy the entire \i386 dir from the Installation CD to your HD. onto a partition on the system, cause I don't yet know how to WB to a CD-ROM