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Underground Desktop


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Underground Desktop

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Downloads:  1535
Submitted:  Mar 31 2005
Updated:  Oct 13 2006


Underground Desktop is an i686-optimized GNU/Linux distribution targeted to the desktop user, based on Arch Linux.

Its main features are:

* Ease of installation.
The installer will guide you through the installation in a simple and effective way.

* Arch Linux based.
Underground Desktop is based on Arch Linux, so you can install bleeding edge software easily.

* Fast.
Packages are compiled with optimization for i686 class processors.
The linux kernel is optimized in order to improve desktop performance.

* KDE powered.
KDE is the most advanced desktop environment in the linux world.
We include a recent release of KDE.

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 by nunogomez on: Apr 4 2005
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> KDE is the most advanced desktop
> environment in the linux world.
> We include a recent release of KDE.

too subjective..

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 Re: subjective

 by endosquid on: Apr 21 2005
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Buddy, something can't be "too" subjective...

It's either subjective or objective.

You could say something along the lines of "That's subjective" or "that's your opinion"...

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 Re: Re: subjective

 by atomicsmith on: Dec 2 2005
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>Buddy, something can't be "too" subjective...

>It's either subjective or objective.

that depends on your world view - some of us believe that objective things only appear so because they are significantly LESS subjective than most things.
Black things appear black because they reflect significantly less light than most things; not because they reflect NO light.

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 That win-deco...

 by loggeman on: Apr 17 2005
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As we all know - windows doesn't stand for freedom!! IMHO it stands for problems... I can see myself and others using this dist but I dont think new users that are used to windows expect to see a win-deco like the silver theme from win XP...

A hint from me and possibly many others is to get rid of that theme from the dist... This is Linux - Not Windows!!!

Otherwise - greate work!!


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 Second screenshot

 by kwr2k on: Apr 18 2005
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What I want to know is the source of that desktop clock in the second screenshot :-) ... seems cool.

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 Re: Second screenshot

 by R1ck on: Apr 18 2005
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That clock is kicker's applet. There's an invisible vertical child panel with that applet loaded.
Yeah, that surprised me too! It looks really nice.

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 icon set?

 by zarquad on: Aug 25 2006
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Why do people use that ugly icon set...

Same reason I never considered Mepis.

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 Re: icon set?

 by dvsjr on: Sep 13 2006
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Cause its all subjective, as this thread is proving. I think that clock looks like a$$, and I love the icons. :)

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 Re: icon set?

 by rathbonel on: Oct 13 2006
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Choice of default icon set is not enough of a factor to persuade me *not* to use a particular OS. But if you feel that strongly about it, fine -- but you're probably limiting your scope of otherwise great distributions because of some really trivial aesthetic choices that are easily changed.

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