Open Office destroys virtual memory, Mint KDE sucks...

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Open Office destroys virtual memory, Mint KDE sucks...

Postby allegro88 on Fri Apr 17, 2009 1:22 pm

I tried toda the open office, when i started to notice that the taskbar was desapearing, like all my screen had problems!!
I blieve it eats to much memory, so far i dont like at all of this version, too many problems....Wifi, oppen office, applications that doesnt open like wifi radar, knetwork manager among others.....
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Re: Open Office destroys virtual memory, Mint KDE sucks...

Postby viking777 on Fri Apr 17, 2009 1:39 pm

Close my friend but no prize.

It is not Mint KDE that sucks it is anything KDE that sucks.

Anything with the number 4 after it anyway.

Prior to that it was the best there was.
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Re: Open Office destroys virtual memory, Mint KDE sucks...

Postby AK Dave on Fri Apr 17, 2009 1:39 pm

Woohoo! Its flamebait!

Any post that starts with a subject line as above is pure flamebait. If you actually have a real support question, please ask it.
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Re: Open Office destroys virtual memory, Mint KDE sucks...

Postby allegro88 on Fri Apr 17, 2009 9:49 pm

sorry....Well it s not entirely true, i have Mandriva 2009 KDE 4.1 and it s great, it has is minus, but at it runs on a lower hardware system and it works fine.....
Ultimately i update to the Gnome version. But i found a minor problem, and now i understand why my wireless is not working, because the drivers doesn t support them.....Perhaps because they re too modern....
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