On Thu, 2012-01-12 at 21:47 -0700, TekBudda wrote:
> I guess to pipe in here & offer some insight. I have traditionally been
> a Gnome guy & have tended to avoid KDE....not really for any particular
> purpose...just did.
> With the advent of gnome 3 & unity I thought I would give it a shot. I
> have worked with unity on my wives netbook & desktop & she really likes
> it. But I found a few frustrations with it. I still plan on trying out
> gnome 3 a little more than the peripheral look I took at it recently.
> I am currently using KDE on kubuntu 11.10. Again a few
> frustrations...but I am making myself work through it. Not like it is
> difficult...but....i want to learn & stuff. I have tried a few of the
> different interfaces on offer with KDE (i.e. netbook navigation, etc.)
> but still prefer the standard start menu method. I am also using this
> as my full transition to a primarily Linux world as well. A transition
> I have been doing for years.
> For example...right now I am trying to setup up a connection to an
> OpenVPN connection but it does not seem to work on Kubuntu 11.10 (which
> is Linus 3.0 based) but works on Eeebuntu (Linux 2.6.X based).
> Frustrating...but still need to get it working. Would welcome any ideas
> people could offer.
> Actually...I beleieve Eeebuntu is XFCE based & I actually like it quite
> a bit. Running on a first generation netbook & is snappy stable & easy
> to use.
I was thinking of switching back to XFCE on my netbook again, as I had
some issues with not all of apps showing on the screen with gnome active
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