I didn't know about the RAID issue, though, as my box has only two HDDs and I've never run a RAID setup. That does sound serious, I hope the Mint team can sort something out.
Also... extracting a zip file in a directory... after it finishes... you can't see it.... and the folder doesn't show up until a logout and re login is done..
exploder wrote:Also... extracting a zip file in a directory... after it finishes... you can't see it.... and the folder doesn't show up until a logout and re login is done..
I have seen this too! If you close Dolphin and then go back into it the folder will show up. It's like Dolphin does not refresh like it should... I have not checked to see if the same thing happens in Konqueror yet.
Could possibly be a dolphin bug... but then again... I don't have the same problem in Opensuse 11.2..
xploder : I've been using Kubuntu since it was released, but would like to hear your thoughts on what you think is the best KDE distro out there at the moment. Still testing OpenSuse?
kaddy wrote:Opensuse 11.2 hands down in my opinion..........
Mandriva 2010 2nd place.......
exploder wrote:It would be a tough call to make right now. Kubuntu is quick and Debian packaging seems to handle dependencies better. OpenSuse has a better boot experience, better artwork out of the box and it is almost as fast as Kubuntu. They both have their good and bad points and OpenSuse is not a final release yet. OpenSuse has a more professional look and feel and the system tools are well built. Kubuntu is a lot easier to get multimedia going though and there is artwork out there that makes it look as good as OpenSuse once it is installed. I think they are both really good releases and I would have to try the final release of OpenSuse before trying to decide which one is better.
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Exploder wrote: Part of the solution is installing the newer kernel from the proposed repo but the kernel headers show up in auto removable in Synaptic.... I will just have to wait and see how updates are applied to see if there is a solid resolution for this.
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