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    Default “A Breath of Fresh Air with a KDE Soul”

    -OpenMandriva Lx 2014. After have follow among others Kubuntu from 12.x I have been disappointed on KDE impletations. Opensuse have been the "leader".

    I have absolute no, repeat no comment (knowledge) about the backbone of OpenMandriva.

    I had a hiccup when installed it in a WM and it demanded at least 15xxMB Ram.

    But it does sure look good ? Competition is always interesting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonte1 View Post
    -OpenMandriva Lx 2014. After have follow among others Kubuntu from 12.x I have been disappointed on KDE impletations. Opensuse have been the "leader".

    I have absolute no, repeat no comment (knowledge) about the backbone of OpenMandriva.

    I had a hiccup when installed it in a WM and it demanded at least 15xxMB Ram.

    But it does sure look good ? Competition is always interesting.


    Regards
    Mandriva has resurrected more times than a phoenix. Maybe they should just change the name to that, PhoenixOS.

    Will have to take a look at it, but as much as I like French cars (yes, I'm bonkers) I don't grok French software as well as (mostly) German soft. And yes, competition is interesting and improves the breed.

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    Default Re: “A Breath of Fresh Air with a KDE Soul”

    Quote Originally Posted by Karmovorotin View Post
    Mandriva has resurrected more times than a phoenix. Maybe they should just change the name to that, PhoenixOS.

    Will have to take a look at it, but as much as I like French cars (yes, I'm bonkers) I don't grok French software as well as (mostly) German soft. And yes, competition is interesting and improves the breed.
    A sidetrack.

    Mr. Karmovorotin.

    "Grok"?
    I was reading about 170 pages of Robert A. Heinlein (Stranger in a strange land) and Friday roman yesterday evning. Then James Patterson and "Daniel X: Watch the Skies"
    I Grok yes.

    Never mind but strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonte1 View Post
    A sidetrack.

    Mr. Karmovorotin.

    "Grok"?
    I was reading about 170 pages of Robert A. Heinlein (Stranger in a strange land) and Friday roman yesterday evning. Then James Patterson and "Daniel X: Watch the Skies"
    I Grok yes.

    Never mind but strange.

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    Exactly! Grokking is just short/geekish for "understanding".

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    Default Re: “A Breath of Fresh Air with a KDE Soul”

    Found:

    Debian KDE

    And no, -My post's is not about the best desktop environment.

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    Default Re: “A Breath of Fresh Air with a KDE Soul”

    Quote Originally Posted by jonte1 View Post
    Found:

    Debian KDE

    And no, -My post's is not about the best desktop environment.

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    I don't care much for Debian, it has been troublesome to install and run on all the PCs I have tried and their forums are, to put it mildly, off-putting. Still it is the basis for the most popular distros out there, kudos to them.

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    Default Re: “A Breath of Fresh Air with a KDE Soul”

    Personally I like Mageia more, its a far more promising project that with more users and developers could be a contender.

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