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Thread: The best KDE 4 distro?

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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    PCLinuxos does not have KDE4...standard anyways.

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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    I'll bump this.
    Kubuntu is sucking hard for me right now.
    Who's got the best kde distro now?

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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dieseler View Post
    Who's got the best kde distro now?
    Many people seem to rate openSUSE highly for KDE4. I just use Arch+KDEmod.

    Thread is a year old but what the hell....

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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    Quote Originally Posted by mips View Post
    Thread is a year old but what the hell....
    Zombie thread! Please don't think about the children, may you please think about the children!?

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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    OpenSuSE 11.1 is by the far the best Out of the Box KDE 4 experience IMO. Slackware for KDE 3.5.10.

    The best way to test Vanilla KDE 4.2 is probably Arch though.

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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    I've only tried kubuntu so far which was dreadfull (who in there right mind dosent have firefox or opera in a default install of a distrobtuion???) all gtk apps look like someone crapped on your screen! I've herd nothing but praise for mandriva and suse but I cant wait for Linux mint KDE4! it's going to be what kubuntu 8.10 should of been!!!

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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    Quote Originally Posted by kamitsukai View Post
    (who in there right mind dosent have firefox or opera in a default install of a distrobtuion???)
    Any sensible distro . Seriously though, I'll agree that the overall appearance of OpenSUSE KDE4 is nice but I much prefer the KDE 4 on my Gentoo and NetBSD installs.

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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    OpenSUSE KDE is luuuuuush and very, very responsive. Certainly more responsive than whenever I've dropped KDE on to Ubuntu.

    I'm a customization geek though and just cannot get to grips with how the frak you effectively theme KDE. (Yes kde-look, but they never give instructions! In Gnome it's just drag n' drop. The default KDE themes look like.. well... i won't use the exact word, but rubbish.)
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    Re: The best KDE 4 distro?

    Quote Originally Posted by joey-elijah View Post
    OpenSUSE KDE is luuuuuush and very, very responsive. Certainly more responsive than whenever I've dropped KDE on to Ubuntu.

    I'm a customization geek though and just cannot get to grips with how the frak you effectively theme KDE. (Yes kde-look, but they never give instructions! In Gnome it's just drag n' drop. The default KDE themes look like.. well... i won't use the exact word, but rubbish.)
    If you mean installing themes, I find it much easier to do in KDE than gnome considering you never even have to open up firefox/opera and go to kde-look.org. Just go to Appearance and click on New Theme.

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