Unfortunately, KDE for Solaris is not well supported. There is a KDE 4
version for Solaris
but in Konsole you can't use Ctrl+C so is pretty useless for James and me.
I'm really looking forward to use KDE in my box, but for now, for me and my
fellow workmate, we need to stick to Gtk base desktop, so those are their
2008/5/29 Kae Verens <kae at verens.com>:
> James McCarthy wrote:
>>> I've been using Gnome terminal for a while since that is what's default
>> (in work & my home desktop) however I'm having issues with colours & keys on
>> some apps.
>>>> My question is which terminal would you recommend & why (xterm or Gnome
>>>> not sure of the cross-platformedness of it, but I've always been happy with
> Konsole. it just has "comfort" (undefinable - but works for me).
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