Tag Archives: kde desktop

Catching Loose Ends

I’m not going to say they are all related, but a bunch of changes have presented themselves to me lately, things that demanded decisions. Somehow I sense the biggest is yet to come, so I’m trying to take care of … Continue reading

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Unboring Saturday

No riding today. Not that I don’t feel energetic enough, but it’s feaking hot and it requires exceptional energy to face heat on long bike rides over the hills out here. So I settled for slapping on a knee brace … Continue reading

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Outline: KDE on Debian 8

This is just an outline, not a full detailed explanation. I still consider XFCE the best desktop, but it is quite demanding on users migrating from Windows if you don’t have an acquaintance with the Unix approach to computers. KDE … Continue reading

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Refresh: I Recommend Debian

While I still believe that CentOS with all it’s locked down design is best for the average home/home-office user, it’s too confining for someone like me. Thus, I run Debian on all of my systems. On newer laptops, in particular, … Continue reading

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Kubuntu Guide 07

Before we get started, this is now a good time to move your files onto the system. Insert your backup device and wait for the Device Notifier on the Panel to let you know you can open this thing with … Continue reading

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Moving from Windows

After some feedback from users who are migrating from Windows to Linux, I realize XFCE probably isn’t the best choice for most of them. So after a little chatter here with someone about my various desktop concerns, I think I’ll … Continue reading

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SUSE Is Viable Again

I loved SuSE back in the days between versions 6-9. At the time Novell took over around 9.0, things quickly went downhill. Everything I liked about SuSE was badly damaged or taken away. A few releases were okay, but the … Continue reading

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