AlbertP wrote:You can install KDE after installing Mint Debian. Or use Debian KDE (if that exists) and install Mint things on top of it.
AlbertP wrote:You are using the packages from Debian's repository so you don't need to worry about stability.
Dr.m0x wrote:AlbertP wrote:You are using the packages from Debian's repository so you don't need to worry about stability.
+1. In the future mint kde and all editions except the core gnome release will be rebased off debian testing but for now installing kde post install will result in a similar system with the exception perhaps of software selection.
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craig10x wrote:Clem said that only main edition will be ubuntu based and LMDE Gnome and all the other desktop variants offered by Mint will be based on debian testing...
No KDE will not be the main base for the debian testing...it will be offered along with all the others including the original LMDE gnome based version...
So, for gnome (and gnome only) one could choose from the ubuntu based main edition or LMDE gnome (debian testing based)...
Hope that clears it up for you
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