On Thu, 2004-05-06 at 17:34, Des Keane wrote:
> - Linux is involved somewhere ;-)
> - StarOffice
> - Acrobat reader, Flash, RealPlayer
> - plugins for the above have been meticulously copied/linked to /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins for you
> - "launch" button
So its very like mandrake10 (powerpack). When I install a desktop, its
annoying that I am forced to do all the above post install. It really
feels like I'm configuring a windows workstation!!!
MDK10 PP was a very welcome change, so much so that I "upgraded" both my
workstations to it.
> - 433 menu items have been removed
> - Some of the Windows/IE hot key combinations have been added (as compared to standard GNOME key bindings) to make it easier for
> Windows drones to cope with
Thats a brilliant idea. I mean, all the keyboards I use have windows
keys. So why not use them as they were supposed to? "Windows E" to open
say nautilus, "windows F" for find etc.
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