Re: Is KDE on Fedora really that bad?

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--- Mauriat Miranda <[email protected]> wrote:

> On 11/2/06, Aron Smith <[email protected]> wrote:
> > On Thursday 02 November 2006 09:47, Mauriat Miranda wrote:
> > > I am a Gnome user by the way.
> 
> > ever try Xcfe ?
> 
> Yes, and I liked it very much. However I stopped using it once I had
> many USB sticks, and other removable media which Nautilus and
> Konqueror handled much better. So basically the XFCE minimalistic
> filemanager was a bit of roadblock. I even made some quirky settings
> and forced nautilus to run anyways, but that didn't work too well.
> 
> I haven't tried XFCE since FC3/FC4? I should try again.
> 
> -Mauriat

XFCE is frankly, not that well developed in FC unlike xubuntu, where the
interface is essentially similar but crisper than with ubuntu (and gnome). It
would really help, if one could install FC with xfce and no gnome or KDE. If
gnome or KDE needs to be installed just to get things like firefox or others
working, I don't see where XFCE fits in.

Personally, I am for low resource usage and XFCE or no-desktop-managers (I use
fvwm2) are my preference.

Best,
Trotter




 
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