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Where do you use KDE?


Posted by  on Apr 8 2003

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At work7%7%7% 7%
At school2%2%2% 2%
At university3%3%3% 3%
At home49%49%49% 49%
Everywhere33%33%33% 33%
Not at all7%7%7% 7%
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 at home

 
 by jekyl on: Apr 9 2003
 
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I would use KDE everywhere, accept my laptop is a sthinkpad 390x. That must be the worst machine ever builded. I have tried to figure out what the man behind the specs of that machine was thinking. It was prop. build for windows 98 and office 97, but running office on that machine is a pain in the but. But lets not talk about M$.
So I use blackbox, and sometimes icewm.


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 Everywhere

 
 by tshafer on: Apr 9 2003
 
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I work, have school, and just browse all at home. KDE 3.1 on Mandrake 9.1rc2


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 Everywhere

 
 by bowfinger on: Apr 9 2003
 
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Mainly at home but more and more I'm trying to convince my teachers to use Linux/KDE etc. instead of EvilEmpire OS.
Also in some situations KDE-Games are a real attraction.
Yesterday, I brought my machine on a "gathering" and they just played "SameGame" all the time... ;)


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 Where do you use kde

 
 by jamessnell on: Apr 10 2003
 
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If I could, I'd use it on my toaster!


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 Re: Where do you use kde

 
 by uga on: Apr 17 2003
 
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Hey, if you get ready with the motherboard for the toaster, I'll make the GUI. ;-)


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 kde everywhere

 
 by thebanzai on: Apr 11 2003
 
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Now that's something I want.
So, tell me never-a-laptop-owner-before: is there something to avoid purchasing modern laptops? KDE and Linux must of course work perfectly.


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 Re: kde everywhere

 
 by uga on: Apr 17 2003
 
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*Don't buy centrino laptops, it's not supported yet for linux
*ACPI is dominant in new laptops. The support is getting better every day, but it may not work. Be careful. Anyway this just would imply that you might not be able to suspend the laptop or monitor de battery and so on. Nothing you cannot live without.
*Graphic cards: S3/Savage chipsets have been and are all over the place. Still, due to lack of support from them, they have no graphics acceleration support
*Modems: most have winmodems. Fortunately, plenty of them work with Lucent chipsets, which work in linux. Make sure it's one of them.


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 GNOME rocks =)

 
 by Beast on: Apr 11 2003
 
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I used to use KDE when I just stared using Linux. From these times I have this account =)
But the time goes by and now I'm using Slackware instead of RedHat and using GNOME 2.2 instead of KDE -- sorry guys but GNOME ROCKS =)


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 Re: GNOME rocks =)

 
 by darge0flex on: Apr 14 2003
 
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same opinion! :) But suse at first with kde and at last gentoo with gnome.


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 Re: Re: GNOME rocks

 
 by plughead on: Apr 23 2003
 
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Opposite opinion.

I've tried Gnome on several occasions (usually w/ each new release), but I just can't get into it.

KDE Everywhere...


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 Re: GNOME rocks =)

 
 by fuz on: Apr 24 2003
 
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I can't get gnome to work (sooo many things to install), so I use KDE which only needs qt, arts, kdebase, and kdlibs (plus some eyecandy from here).


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