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Last Post by Stefano Mtangoo
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yes, it looks quite promising. not a big KDE4 fan though, so will be giving GNOME a go. proceeding with caution though, as i have an intel chipset and my machine hates both the new ubuntu and fedora

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yes, it looks quite promising. not a big KDE4 fan though, so will be giving GNOME a go. proceeding with caution though, as i have an intel chipset and my machine hates both the new ubuntu and fedora

If your talking about wireless then I never had any problems with Mandriva..I also use Gnome but with this version I'm going to give KDE a try, maybe just maybe they have the bugs worked out..

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If your talking about wireless then I never had any problems with Mandriva..I also use Gnome but with this version I'm going to give KDE a try, maybe just maybe they have the bugs worked out..

Switched back to Gnome already...

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Will check it out, thanks :) I've used Ubuntu mostly, although I've heard lots of good things about Mandriva.

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I've downloaded ISO, googling to see how I can make it "USB resident" Operating System so that I can walk and boot anywhere, just like when it is installed in machine

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I love KDE and I don't know why you guys don't like it. Is there something wrong? I used KUbuntu some times ago, and was comfortable with KDE

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I love KDE and I don't know why you guys don't like it. Is there something wrong? I used KUbuntu some times ago, and was comfortable with KDE

No KDE is O.K. just different...I run KDE on my Slackware box

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