Duane Whitty wrote:
I just switched from Gnome to KDE because I had to many problems with Gnome. KDE is a much more finished product (IMNSHO) and it's much easier to work with regarding adding new menus, printer configuration and other things that are the real reason you have a desktop.Hello everyone,I'm contemplating installing GNOME . I am currently using KDE. Does anyone know of any issues I should be aware of before I proceed. I'm mostly concerned about dependency issues, especially wtih respect to the xorg clients and firefox. Essentially I would like to be able to choose which environment I am going to run on a per-session basis. Any hints, pointer, RTFMs, would be greatly appreciated.
Gnome requires dbus and seems to have problems connecting to it at times. Gnome updates are also a royal PITA (keep in mind, I haven't done a KDE update yet), and I got tired of having to run and rerun the updates to try and get everything working right again. It also generates a bunch of errors that I was never able to successfully eradicate, some of which make no sense.
Gnome is "prettier" (IMNSHO), but pretty is secondary to functionality, and KDE has Gnome beat hands down in that category.
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