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Posted 01 October 2010 - 02:21 PM
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Posted 02 October 2010 - 10:24 PM
Two GNOME users, huh. I started off using GNOME back when I was using Knoppix as my main Linux distro. My Debian installation came with GNOME as the desktop environment, though I installed KDE a couple days ago. I still use GNOME primarily, just because it's familiar and I know where everything is.
I haven't really researched into other desktop enviroment GUIs properly yet, but I'll take a look in to KDE.
Posted 05 October 2010 - 07:51 AM
GNOME is what turned me off from GUI based Linux distributions for five years, XFCE (and only basic at that) is the only suitable thing for me.
After reading your post I downloaded & Installed the XFCE Desktop Enviroment onto my Ubuntu Platform - So far I can say I like it. Really low on resources too.
Posted 07 October 2010 - 10:40 AM
On the other hand, the implementation of GVFS is awkward IMHO, this awkwardness is coupled by the fact that for many kinds of networked mount points managed by GVFS in GTK File Open dialogs(but removable media has no issues?) don't work. I've always thought mount point naming should have always had shell friendly names(escaping spaces and other characters when navigating mount points in .gvfs in a shell was always awkward to me) and mount points also should not be a in hidden directory.
Posted 06 February 2011 - 07:00 PM
I like the KDE for because it really feets my needs and i love FluxBox for its fexibility.
KDE is an Eye Candy for me and i use it most of time to do all my basic choores and stuff that needs to be done. FluxBox is my toy i love to reconfigure it and make it as much feeting needs as it can be I use it when I grow tierd of KDE