KUbuntu 7.10 release

Mark Wallace newburghmark at aol.com
Fri Apr 20 14:34:26 BST 2007


One advantage of KDE is that you can configure it to look and act like 
Windows 98 which, as a temporary measure, can flaten the learning curve for 
a newbie.  That involves shutting down a lot of nice features, but before 
long the newbie will discover them.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Derek Broughton" <news at pointerstop.ca>
To: <kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2007 9:25 AM
Subject: Re: KUbuntu 7.10 release


> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
>
>> D. R. Evans wrote:
>>> Alexander Smirnov said the following at 04/19/2007 04:23 AM :
>>>> why do you think kde is better? :-) (i use kde too)
>>>
>>> kio_slaves.
>>>
>>> There are lots of subjective reasons too... but that's the objective 
>>> one.
>>> I don't know how people manage without them.
>>
>> Hmm.  I've used trash:/ and fonts:/ casually, and man:/, fish:/, and
>> locate:/ see interesting.  Any others you recommend in particular?
>>
> info:, apt:, sftp: (a lot - kate sftp://host/file is scary good!).  I'm 
> sure
> there are more, because the beauty of kio slaves is that they run "under
> the hood" often.  In fact, I know I have kio_imap4 slaves running all the
> time.
> -- 
> derek
>
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