> On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 12:23 AM, Diarmuid Bourke
> <diarmuidbourke at gmail.com> wrote:
> > aye, The main developer for kubuntu does a good job given his resources, if
> > Canonical threw a bit of help his way, it could be awesome.
>> Hence my comment, Canonical is considering this as second zone product.
for what it's worth, I use a mix of Ubuntu and Kubuntu gutsy; my desktop
is running Ubuntu, but the first thing I do is kill metacity and start up
kwin and kicker.
I'm a bit wary of hardy, since I hear it uses KDE4, which has apparently
abandoned the kicker? (I'm not sure about this -- I tried a beta a few
months back, but it was too buggy to use for "real world" stuff, so I
never got that far in my testing.)
> > aye, I wasn't just using it for web and office tools. Most of the update
> > issues came from update scripts not executing correctly, especially kernel
> > updates.
>> Again, she does kernel updates too :) As long as you can connect to
> your wireless fine :)
_Always_ a problem for me, unfortunately. damn proprietary hardware. :(
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