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Re: What is the official/semi-official positon of Fedora on KDE?



I am using kde-3.4. I cannot say that there are any
huge differences or apparent improvements, from a
user's perspective. They have integrated amarok into
the konqueror sidebar, for one (not that I ever use
that - better just to open amarok and have a clean
display when I want to listen to music, and have
konqueror free to do other things). I imagine it must
be primarily a bug-fix issue, but there weren't any
bugs I had come across, that I recall.

The huge gains (laud! laud!) came when I switched from
the standard fedora kde to the kde-redhat project
version of 3.4. Wow! For the first time since the ol'
redhat daze, the system works like it's supposed to.
Click on a file and there's music, instead of noatun
hanging up and kaboodle jamming. There's video, so you
can watch mpg movies and rent dvds and not have to use
windows. What's an option to windows worth if you
can't use it for all your needs? I don't need windows
and don't use it at all, but only because everything
works in Linux. There are lots of little things like
this - I can't remember them all - everything just
works, all of it! I can't say it enough. It's so good,
for the first time in years, I'm tempted not to
upgrade to FC4 (yes, I know I'm dreaming, of course I
will upgrade, and on the first day possible, but not
until kde-redhat is ready).


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