Fandangio wrote:I've been dual booting with Windows for some time and love the flexibility this gives. To some extent though it feels like your hedging your bets and not really focusing on a particular OS. Plus I'd like to avoid the additional delay in booting that GRUB and OS selection brings (sad I know).
The Gnome version is pretty much out for me as I have never managed to resolve video tearing issues (that for me only occur when using the Gnome desktop environment) and I was waiting for KDE really but Debian (so far) looks excellent.
asymmetros wrote:Clem said that they are working on a KDE- LMDE. I guess it will be ready the next months. Then, you ll have the best of the worlds
Okay, cool. I think the devs may have a 'KDE edition' eventually, though, right? It's probably just configuring a Live edition with KDE desktop etc.? I just tried the live Gnome (default) x86 edition which I want to install on an old Thinkpad. I tried it on my more powerful desktop, though. Wow, really nice job! I might need a utility like unetbootin or similar usb creator program, though, because the optical drive in the Thinkpad is defective! But, I will be installing the x86 edition for sure on that computer! I may try the 64-bit version on an extra partition on the desktop, too. I have Debian Squeeze (KDE edition) on it, currently.jeffreyC wrote:You could install LMDE and add KDE when it comes into the repository or add KDE from Debian if you are impatient and then just 'Mintify' it later
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