posted by Thom_Holwerda on Tue 31st Mar 2009 15:32
Conversations Simple question:

I want to know what you guys consider to be the best KDE distribution. I want an up-to-date, well-implemented KDE 4.2. I'm sick of all those half-assed attempts at a decent KDE desktop these days.

Oh, and please no distributions only used by three men and a cow. And I'm using an NVIDIA card, so it has to have the latest NVIDIA driver, easily installable.

Fire away.
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by sbergman27 on Tue 31st Mar 2009 19:06 UTC
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I'm probably not saying anything that you do not already know. And I'm not a fan of the distro myself. But if I were going to go way out of my way, changing distros to give KDE4 its best chance of not being too horrible, I would go right to the latest OpenSuse. Unfortunately, they are only midway through their development cycle, and the stable version still has 4.1.3 (according to Distrowatch). So you'd have to run the development version to get 4.2.1. But in KDE4s perpetual world of "all the older versions were admittedly lacking, but this latest point release is really it", that's probably unavoidable.

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