On Tue, May 31, 2005 at 11:24:20AM +0100, Barry Flanagan wrote:
> jason wrote:
> > I have just installed Woody Debian on my machine at home. It comes with KDE2.2, but I want to install kde3.
> > I have tried adding the following to source.list
> > deb ftp://ftp.rediris.es/mirror/kde/stable/3.3.1/Debian woody main
>> My advice: stop right there, and instead install Kubuntu, the KDE
> version of Ubuntu. It is the very best distribution I have experienced
> for Desktop/Laptop use (and believe me, I have tried them all!). It has
> all the virtues of Debian, but is up to date and focused on the desktop.
>> -Barry Flanagan
This is going to sound strange, but I dont want kde, I use wmaker. The
machine had Fedora Core 3 on it and I felt like a change, So on went
I have alot of mails that Kmail 2.2 wont open and other kde apps that I
had upgraded before that I want to acess.
also my partner uses the machine, and being a windows user, the fact
that 2.2. *looks* different to her desktop she had under fedora, she
anit happy. Being 6 months pregant with twins I have learned not to
argue with her :)
jason at jcorcoran.net
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