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  • Deathgrip is loosening

    Aight I'm buckling down. Bought the personal edition of RedHat Linux 8.0. I WILL LEARN IT.

    Windows is getting more and more on my bad side with each passing day. Palladium.. SP1.. its just not something I can brush aside anymore.

    If you guys don't mind, I'll prob'ly be asking for a lot of help.. that is assuming I can get a PPPoE connection going within Linux. :confused:

    What desktop enviro do you guys recommend? Also, I've heard good things about Wine's ability to use windows progs in Linux (especially RHL).
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    Try KDE also, you may like mandrake 9 better than redhat...

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    • #3
      Right now, Gnome 2.0.2 is the goods. Alot of features and options KDE should really have.

      But (theres always a but)
      KDE3.1 is due out in a few weeks. From the screenshots that Bern has been leaving all over the joint and other reviews/previews ive read, its looking like a definate download.

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      • #4
        I'm running kde-3.1 beta-2 as my main desktop as well as gnome-2.0.2, there sre screenshots of both at p-two.net
        p-two.net

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