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Linux Mint is wonderful, I switched to linux about 6 months ago and have tried many gnome distros and a few of kde's and xfce's and one fluxbox. I'm wondering if there is a way to install all 4 of these into one super linux mint and then just pick my session every time. Will this effect speed at all or program load time? I considered installing all 4 versions, seeing what packages are installed and then install one version and use synaptic to get the other packages, but that would involved downloading 3000+ packages individually, minus dependancies. Maybe Im just too indecisive but I like each version for something different.
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You could install several DEs but you would not get the full flavour of the Mint edition
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