I mostly used kde until now, but with Fedora, they are really so close
its seems to me a tossup
On Tue, 2003-11-18 at 22:20, pctech(a)mybellybutton.com wrote:
I am not wanting a flame-war by what I am about to
ask. I am asking for honest opinions, not a "Holy
War" about desktops.
Do you, collectively, prefer KDE or Gnome? And why?
My Linux experience, since Red Hat 5.2, has been 100%
CLI based. I have never even used the GUI. I am
wanting to do a fresh install of Fedora on a system,
but I only want to load one desktop interface.
Any non-flammatory experiences/opinions would be
--- Mike <m_masi(a)cox.net> wrote:
> Rob Park wrote:
> > Mike Chambers wrote:
> >> On Mon, 2003-11-17 at 23:12, Dave Thomas wrote:
> >>> Most KDE mirrors dont have it yet....its pretty
> fresh. I am dl'ing it
> >>> now to give it a try.
> >> Fedora Core 1 already contains 3.1.4, doesn't it?
> > "3.1.93", I believe, could be more accurately
> described as "3.2 release
> > candidate 1".
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> Just a heads up for the brave souls who are going to
> give this a shot,
> upgrading to 3.1.93 from the stock KDE breaks some
> stuff (not
> I installed the packages on a basically clean setup
> of Core 1, and the
> menu entries got slightly screwed up, various KDE
> apps crash randomly,
> and for some reason any OpenGL-based program
> (tuxracer, celestia, etc)
> crash immediately. Additionally, the repository
> does not offer any
> yum/apt headers (as I write this) so you'll have to
> do some command-line
> RPM finagling for everything to work.
> In spite of all that, I must say I'm quite impressed
> with the new
> version. Lots of little improvements to the UI as
> well as a slightly
> snappier responsiveness make it worth the hassles
> (at least for us
> bleeding-edge fetishists :)
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