If you you install ubuntu and and decide you want to install kubuntu,
its a good idea to remove all remnants of gnome. For example, if you
do the upgrade while running gnome, then it will use GDM as the
desktop manager, even when your running kde. I have found this can
cause some instability. Make sure you also install kdm, reboot, select
kde as your desktop, and then remove GDM.
It does come down to preference but KDE is better than gnome, so I am
sure you will make the right choice(by installing kubuntu).
[ducks behind ciaran]
On 11/16/06, Nick Murtagh <nickm at go2.ie> wrote:
> Bernhard Rohrer wrote:
> > comes down to your preferred flavour of desktop. they are the same under
> > the hood. I prefer Gnome, but YMMV.
>> Well originally Canonical were working solely on Ubuntu and Kubuntu was
> entirely community lead. Has this changed? The last time I saw a Kubuntu
> install was dapper-era and it was less polished than Ubuntu...
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