Will Ubuntu use KDE instead of Gnome ?
jms_diehl at sbcglobal.net
Sun Jan 15 20:49:51 UTC 2006
Yes, it will!
I have Ubuntu "Breezy" with the KDE desktop environment, and it works fine! You can run them together and have programs from both, or you can run Ubuntu/Gnome, or KDE Kubuntu separately, or a dual-boot. They each have features and advantages unique to their program, and they make a great combination!
Paul Sladen <ubuntu at paul.sladen.org> wrote: On Sun, 15 Jan 2006, Scott wrote:
> Old Rocker wrote:
> > On Sunday 15 Jan 2006 08:49, Jan Moren wrote:
> > > Kubuntu comes on a CD as well.
> > Forgive me if I'm wrong, but I always that the free CD
Kubuntu and Ubuntu came from the same 'main' package archive. It's a
question on what you can fit on a CD. You can fit the base-system plus lots
of KDE packages on one CD and the base-system plus lots of GNOME packages on
a different CD.
> > sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop
> > Kubuntu does not come on a free CD that is given away,
They exist, there's 10,000 CDs sat on Jonathan's floor:
If UbuntuExpress works (install from LiveCD), Ubuntu can be shipped on 1 CD
and then Kubuntu will probably be available on 1 CD from 'shipit' aswell.
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