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Thread: when in kde, software programs are different than gnome and vice versa

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    when in kde, software programs are different than gnome and vice versa

    suppose have gnome & kde

    when in kde, software programs are different than gnome and vice versa?
    exist commons?

    in ubuntu client 10.04(gnome) how mach large in the download(&install) of kde (kubuntu) ... over 70MB?

    how access task manager in ubuntu 10.04 client?

    When went access UBUNTU ONE keyring password popup window appears, well what is and what insert to proceed ubuntu one?

    Evolution mail, what files can accept to import emails?

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    Re: when in kde, software programs are different than gnome and vice versa

    not sure what your asking try again with a little more info

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    Re: when in kde, software programs are different than gnome and vice versa

    JUST THIS...
    How access task manager in ubuntu 10.04 client?
    Evolution mail, what files can accept to import emails, outlook.pst accepts?

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    Re: when in kde, software programs are different than gnome and vice versa

    Try Gnome System Monitor, if I'm understanding what you mean by "task manager".

    For Evolution, see http://library.gnome.org/users/evolu...ormats.html.en

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    Re: when in kde, software programs are different than gnome and vice versa

    Quote Originally Posted by oldos2er View Post
    Try Gnome System Monitor, if I'm understanding what you mean by "task manager".

    For Evolution, see http://library.gnome.org/users/evolu...ormats.html.en
    I would second Gnome system Monitor. As for email, to import mail directly mbox is probably your best format, however I think evolution has a the ability to import from a PST file, but email will be tricky. When I switched from outlook to thunderbird years ago many of my old emails never made it through the transition. Thank M$ for not following the established standard

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