KDE 4.1 - just an opinion

Glenn R Williams gloonie at earthlink.net
Thu Aug 7 17:28:43 UTC 2008

That's the setup I have, and haven't noticed any interference. For a while it 
was actually advantageous, since Phonon works differently between the two. I 
was able to get sound in KDE4 with Pulseaudio a lot easier having both 


On Thursday 07 August 2008 13:24:21 Willy K. Hamra wrote:
> Derek Broughton wrote:
> > Glenn R Williams wrote:
> >> True! :) Actually, more than once I've found it useful to switch to
> >> Gnome when KDE has been particularly broken.
> >
> > Me too, but it's only because I can practically always lay my hands on an
> > Ubuntu CD, because I keep getting them in magazines, whereas I never seem
> > to have a Kubuntu CD when I desperately need it.
> BTW does GNOME and KDE (3 or 4 doesn't matter) interfere with each other
> in a any negative way? like KDE3 and KDE4 do when put together? having
> KDE4 with GNOME and without KDE3 seems to be a plausible idea to try KDE4.

Glenn R Williams
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