Alpha software and 9.10
Roderick B. Greening
roderick.greening at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 21:40:22 BST 2009
I'm for reverting to Dragon. The intention was to use kaffeine in the hopes
that it would reach a stable quality by the time we entered beta. It seems it
has not. Dragon is supported and part of the default KDE and is pretty solid,
if still a little feature shy.
As for K3B, I have no issues using it. I think that removing it entirely is
bad and reverting to KDE 3 libs to have the old version is bad. So, unless
there are some serious regressions we are as of yet unaware of, it seems
pretty stable here.
> > The live CD has to come with all the default applications the default
> > installation has, so it's pretty necessary. The live CD is like a preview
> > of what will be on the installed system.
> Assuming that you can install OS from LiveCD, so after successful
> installation you immediately have possibility to burn CD/DVD even without
> internet connection to install proper tool.
> So it is important to have such burning tool (k3b-kde3 or k3b-kde4).
> BTW Mandriva 2010 will have k3b-kde4 AFAIR.
> > My computer has two disk drives, so in theory I could use it on the Live
> > CD. But maybe it could be set to not show up in the menu on the Live CD
> > so that people don't try to go removing the LiveCD from the computer?
> > (This really is a separate issue, though)
> Even if you badly want to eject disk you simply could not do it :)
> (Maybe only when loading whole livecd to RAM ...)
> So some explanation of this fact would be useful.
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