On Monday 18 March 2002 17:41, Declan Moriarty wrote:
> Was it Niall O Broin who wrote on Monday 18 March 2002 15:09:
> > Oh buggeration - I just checked it on my notebook and it's fine there
> > too. When you hit this kind of problem, KDE starts to bear a stunning
> > resemblance to Windows - big pile of **** and who can tell where the
> > problem is. rpm -F of kdebase coming up and if that doesn't fix it, Lord
> > alone knows what will.
> > kdesud is available and is the same on each box - deskunder and notebook.
>> I thought I was the only one who felt that way. Can we organise everyone on
> every linux list to e-mail the guys in kde and say STOP WRITING CODE - FIX
> THE CODE YOU'VE GOT!!
Unlike windows, you aren't stuck with this problem: with linux if you insist
on a desktop environment you can choose between gnome and kde. in terms of
browsers you can choose between konqueror, mozilla, opera etc. last but not
least you can offer to help. if QA is your thing, i'm sure you'd be most
welcome. it's better than TYPING IN ALL CAPS.
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