Ubuntu or Kubuntu

Nils Kassube kassube at gmx.net
Wed Jun 17 05:31:43 UTC 2009

Joel Oliver wrote:
> It doesn't really matter, but doing it this way will keep gdm working
> and not using kdm.

That's no reason to install Gnome in the first place if you don't really 
want to use it. If you want GDM, just install it after you installed 
Kubuntu. That saves a lot of downloading unnecessary Gnome stuff. OTOH, 
I don't understand why someone prefers that noisy GDM over quiet KDM 
with its much saner default settings :)


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