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What's the best system for KDE?


Posted by  on Nov 18 2001

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RedHat Linux12%12%12% 12%
SuSE Linux30%30%30% 30%
Mandrake Linux31%31%31% 31%
Debian Linux16%16%16% 16%
FreeBSD6%6%6% 6%
Other6%6%6% 6%
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 Debian

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 19 2001
 
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.... apt-get dist-upgrade ...
unstable forever :)))


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 Yup.

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 19 2001
 
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my way of things ;)


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 Debian Unstable!!

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 23 2001
 
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For all the non-believes of Debian's completeness and updatedness.. its all in unstable. There are actually 3 "version".. stable, testing, and unstable. Funny thing is unstable is probably more stable than red hat and others final releases.. forget the beta/stable comparisons. I was a slacker for over a year (started there.. hard start but worth it) but I wouldn't go back after i found apt-get. Slack is still my second favorite distro (i've tried mandrake for fun and redhat).


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 SID RULES!!!!!!!!!!!

 
 by anonymous on: Dec 11 2001
 
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SID RULEZ!!!!!!!!!!!!

it has everytinhg!!!!!


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 MANDRAKE

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 19 2001
 
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I'm satisfied with my mandrake machine...


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 SuSE->Mandrake->Deb

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 21 2001
 
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I started with SuSE, but I ever hated the fact that it was full of unneeded/big packages with lots of things never needed. And I dislike yast a holy lot, you are NOT ABLE to change anything by hand cause yast resets it. AND: That time (it was ver 6.0) I (rookie then) was NOT ably to compile a single source by hand!!!

Then I got Mandrake and i was REALLY satisfied first; easy to install/use, stable, rather slink, ...GREAT! But the version-number grew higher and higher, and the system got more and more unstable with mandrake competing against redhat and suse. Until it was unuseable cause the stability came close to windoof (it hung with openGL - bad luck for a programmer liking openGL...).

Now I use Debian since 2.2r1. It's great, though you have to configure a lot first (BUT: ONLY once and it's not hard at all!). It's slink, fast, stable, ... and everything works! For almost everything there's a package (at least in woody and sid) and compiling is just as easy as breathing: you just do it!

For ME the choice is clear: Debian, from now 'till forever!!!

Schnoopy alias Franz


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 finally

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 21 2001
 
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mandrake should not win this.


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 Hey thats my story!

 
 by anonymous on: Dec 13 2001
 
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The added bonus with debian is i'ts speed.
KDE feals rougly twice as fast on my Debian woody compared to Mandrake and they are optimized for pentiums!


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 SuSE!

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 19 2001
 
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Hej,

jag (för min del!) arbetar med SuSE och därför att de (SuSE) har KDE som "Desktop" är det den godaste Distro jag har sett i samhang met KDE. Lätt, snabbt, jättebra.

Pippi! (Det var faktist jag)


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 SuSE!

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 19 2001
 
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Hej,

jag (för min del!) arbetar med SuSE och därför att de (SuSE) har KDE som "Desktop" är det den godaste Distro jag har sett i samhang met KDE. Lätt, snabbt, jättebra.

Pippi! (Det var faktist jag)


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 SuSE

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 28 2001
 
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I agree = i håll ve dä!


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 SuSE

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 28 2001
 
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Kunde inte sagt det bättre själv!
RHs prisättning börjar likna M$, och det för ett opensåssystem!


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 Why swedish?

 
 by anonymous on: Dec 14 2001
 
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Før stockholm också!!! Vimm snackar svenska?
De hära är før møged itt engelskt forum!


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 best sys for kde ?

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 19 2001
 
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the best system for kde in my opinion
is suse, also because they support the
development of kde very much.
(they pay kde developers, ...)

but there is no "best" linux distribution.
there is only the linux distribution that
fits your needs, some like suse, some
like debian, some like redhat, some like
mandrake, some like *BSD (i know its not linux), ...

it doesn't matter, wich system is the
"best", because there is no "best".

stop "distribution wars" and do something useful - use kde ;)


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 Stop distrowars

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 21 2001
 
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Halleluja


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 I agree

 
 by anonymous on: Dec 25 2001
 
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I agree with your comment. Here the most important is the freedom to choose a product, without feeling pressured from monopolies.

Sergio Roa.


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 why not KDE ?

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 20 2001
 
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Hi

Maybe the solution to all that stupid distro-wars is simply KDE itself. I explain myself. If KDE featured every configuration tool needed to use a base system, one could install any distro without KDE then install KDE on it and... he would have the best distro.

KDE just has to include an hardware configurator, a working font installer, a webmin frontend into the kontrol panel, a package manager which manages dependencies, and everything is OK.


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 kde already got that

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 20 2001
 
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tried apps like webconfig (integrates to kcontrol) and kpackage?

in KDE 3.0 control center handles your fonts as well


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 not totally

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 21 2001
 
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You can't configure your hardware in kontrol.
You can't manage users in kontrol.
You can't manaage daemons in kontrol.

etc...


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 sorry

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 21 2001
 
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I just saw an article about WebConfig. That seems great.

BUT

That should be included in the default KDE installation. Which is not the case for KDE 2.2.1.


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 err

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 21 2001
 
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users - kuser
daemons - ksysv


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 why aren't they...

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 21 2001
 
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into kontrol ? That would be the place those tools should be, right ?


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 Kontrol in SuSE

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 21 2001
 
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In SuSE you got YaST2 modules in KOntrol, so


You can configure your hardware in kontrol.
You can manage users in kontrol.
You can manaage daemons in kontrol.
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