Kaffeine in Kubuntu 8.04 is borked.
dotancohen at gmail.com
Fri Sep 5 13:06:34 BST 2008
2008/9/5 Willy K. Hamra <w.hamra1987 at gmail.com>:
> kubuntu was my introduction to linux, i have been a windows user for all
> my life, some distro chooser test recommended kubuntu for my level of
> experience, and i tried it, seeing how i have no clue what a distro is :-P
> it's been a year since that day, and thanks to this wonderful list, and
> not to forget the nice folks on IRC, i learned about linux in 1 year,
> what took me no less than 3 years to learn on windows.
> kubuntu so far has never disappointed me with hardware problems, it
> simply loves my machine, even development versions starting from alpha
> versions (i start using them starting from alpha 3 usually) never did
> any serious problems, with the exception of intrepid (KDE is to be
> blamed). my only experience with other distros is a SUSE liveCD, that i
> think was very nice, and like yast a lot, though i'm sure i haven't ried
> all it's powers on a liveCD. and i installed fedora 7 on vmware, and the
> install hanged 3 times, and had to re do it before being capable to use
> it, i installed GNOME, didn't like the interface, had no idea i could
> have installed KDE, with all this frustration, i deleted the VM after
> barely using it for a day :-P
Willy, you will find that Linux distros are like beer and not like
woman: you can enjoy two at once and even flip flop between them!
I very much recommend that users of KDE use GNOME for a while and vice
versa, and to distro hop a bit. I like finding new features to suggest
to my 'usual' software, and I like knowing how to use software in
general, not specific applications.
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