Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Beavenburt, Feb 7, 2009.
My fresh new opensuse with the latest kde 4.2.2.
shame about Yast
once the update to network manager comes through (last update broke wireless) i may customize my fedora desktop and then post here.
YaST is working flawlessly for me. No complaints here.
Latest CentOS default desktop graphics: I like it.
Has caused some controversy: not universally loved
Using it ( CentOs) as desktop here, works good.
I was talking about how much of a maze it is to do a simple task.
I know what you're saying. However, I installed this from the kde 4.2.2 livecd, downloaded from here:
YaST is actually quite conservative in it's options. I'll post some more screenies from home later, time permitting. I think this is like a mini suse install with kde on top. It's really very nice.
Fedora 10 KDE 4.2
This (link) work'in for ya Chrono?
Yep. Works great.
My Kubuntu Desktop:
My latest screen-shot Fedora 10. Now i became distro hopper..lol. Hard choice between Ubuntu, Fedora and Debian/Dreamlinux. So far i love it
One of CentOS 5.3 on old standby laptop.
PCLinux 2009, KDE.
OpenSUSE 11.1 just installed. At first I hated KDE 4, I've changed my mind.
Here's my modest contribution (an Ubuntu with the default WallPaper... ) and some of my running applications ...
Comments on the screen capture via FastStone capture 5.2 (freeware) running on Ubuntu with WINE...
I like commands lines (since Unix system V and BSD...) but sometimes I have to read the MAN...
and, last but not least, I'm a (very little) "pirate" too...
Jaunty with none of the bling.
I see Google Picasa on your taskbar, did you install beta 3 by adding the repos or did you install via .deb?
I used the deb package, wouldn't like to chance a Beta on a Beta.
My current Arch with KDEMod 4.2.2 which I must say is fantastic and certainly a keeper. I'm very impressed and feeling quite settled with this. May well keep me from going back to Debian when KDE4 goes into testing.
Just installed the Ubuntu RC1. I last tried Ubuntu years ago and hated it. Quite like it now.
Another month, another screenshot!
Freshly installed OpenBSD 4.5 (64-bit):
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