Fred Jones wrote: >> I've been using Linux (RH/Fedora/CentOS mainly) as a primary desktop for 8 >> years or so. I try to avoid the holy wars, but I think there is no comparison >> with the 'other' more common desktop. KDE feels like a professional finished >> product, and has some very cool apps that actually work. So my advice would >> be, if you tried a Gnome desktop and didn't like it, give KDE a try before >> giving up (Kubuntu is a good option). >> > > I was thinking of that actually. > > Kubuntu, after I tried to recommend to a non-techie friend, tends to have more problem than my second recommendataion: OpenSuSE with KDE. It seems even OpenSuSE+Gnome is not better than Ubuntu, OpenSuSE+KDE surpass Kubuntu. Not sure (since he only tried Kubuntu for 1.5 months), but feels like that.