On Thursday 08 February 2007 13:24, Robert Sweetnam wrote:
> > Is there a KDE oriented distro?
> It all depends on what you are used to so if you like and are
> confortable with KDE then stick with it. Of course that is one of the
> advantages of Linux, that is you have plenty of choice but of course
> that can be a disadvantage too. To answer your answer about a KDE based
> distro, there is also Kubuntu!
What exactly is the difference between Ubuntu with KDE
(which I am running now) and Kubuntu?
> Also I the last time I ran SuSE (EL9) it
> used KDE by default.
I've tried SuSE in the past.
It struck me as like Fedora, but not so good.
I've thought about Knoppix, which seems to run KDE by default,
but I've never worked out how one gets it on the hard disk.
I wish they would fire the guy(s) who run Anaconda under Fedora,
and get Mr Knopper to set up the loader instead.
One of the troubles with Linux is that nothing ever gets thrown out,
eg the unbelievably bad Disk Druid under Fedora,
which makes fdisk seem like a masterpiece.
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