is it Kubuntu or is it KDE?
bhaskarsharma.n at gmail.com
Mon Aug 30 03:14:12 UTC 2010
I think Kde developers mostly involved only to improve the
visuals,don't bother about the consistency or stability of current
version.I'd once used kubuntu 9.10 64bit version. Was a great trouble,
good visuals and UI..but nothing was functioning well. So
decided,always to use gnome 32bit,which's seen the best in working..
On 8/30/10, Nils Kassube <kassube at gmx.net> wrote:
> Luca Ferrari wrote:
>> the network applet is unable to connect me to
>> a not WPA2-PSK access point, my broadband modem is recognized, but
>> does not work, and in general the desktop is too much slow when
>> switching between applications.
> You could try the Gnome version of the network applet by installing the
> package network-manager-gnome and uninstall the packages network-
> manager-kde and plasma-widget-networkmanagement (whichever is
> installed). Then run the command
> from ALT-F2.
>> Moreover, konqueror is freezing
>> sometimes and making the whole desktop locked for almost a minute.
> For me konqueror (used as file manager) freezes if there is a window
> with a NFS share open while there is heavy traffic on the (wireless)
> link to that share. Maybe it is a similar reason for you?
>> So far, I'm considering a concrete desktop switch, and the
>> application I will miss the more is KMail (in my opinion even
>> Evolution cannot compete).
> You can run any KDE application from other desktop managers. As you
> don't like Gnome (I don't like it either), I would suggest you try xfce,
> just install the package xubuntu-desktop. I played with it some time ago
> and it was quite nice but finally I stayed with KDE.
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