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seven.steps at gmail.com
Thu Dec 25 19:18:31 EST 2008
True, unfortunately drag n' drop (and other interoperability) between
desktop environments isn't as fluid as within a desktop environment. It's
set to be improved with stricter adherence to freedesktop.org specs.
On Dec 25, 2008 7:13 PM, "Roger W. Broseus" <rogerb at bronord.com> wrote:
I switched to gnome (default) when I went from SuSE to Ubuntu.
I found that I missed things like Konqueror and k3B. So, I just
installed them under Ubuntu and things work find. I think I might have
had to apt-get install to get a full-blown Konqueror. Maybe even
installed kde-base packages. Once I had to install Dolphin to make
Konqueror's file manager work.
Now here is the interesting part: when trying-out kphotoalbum, I had to
have Konqueror to make drag-and-drop work; could not drag-and-drop from
Bottom line: stick with gnome and add-on those KDE apps desired. Saves
a lot of the clutter one gets on KDE menus, etc.
Roger W. Broseus - Linux User
Email: RogerB at bronord.com
Web Site: www.bronord.com
P.S. I liked the new religion, Pryzbyterian. Happy Holidays.
> 2. Fedora Question (greg pryzby)
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> Date: Thu, 25 Dec 2008 12:58:02 -0500
> From: greg pryzby <greg at pryzby.org>
> Subject: [Novalug] Fedora Question
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> I know Ubuntu/deb pretty well and have both Gnome/KDE installed and can
> choose at login which to use.
> I am going to install Fedora and want to have the same option:
> 1) install GNOME / in one partition, KDE in another and /home shared
> a) at boot, use gnome or kde
> 2) install GNOME + KDE in / and /home on another
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> greg pryzby greg at pryzby dot org
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