Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 29th May 2006 18:19 UTC, submitted by georfge
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu The developers of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution plan to make a new landmark version of the software widely available this week. Ubuntu's public schedule for releasing the software lists 1 June as the date for the new version, code-named 'Dapper Drake', to be made public. The milestone release will be officially supported by the project for a longer period than previous versions, and will be billed as suitable for enterprise use.
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kubuntu & mepis
by adiwibowo on Tue 30th May 2006 04:20 UTC
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I am interested in using desktop oriented distro full time. As mepis now also use ubuntu reps, i want to know from people who used both, what are differences between mepis & kubuntu then, for daily use?

Thanks alot.

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RE: kubuntu & mepis
by mwtomlinson on Tue 30th May 2006 13:12 in reply to "kubuntu & mepis"
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My understanding is aside from "look 'n feel" differences, probably the major one would be the inclusion of non-free software with a MEPIS install. This is mainly media-related stuff (codecs, etc.) and closed-source binary drivers.

Being a GNOME user, I've only taken a passing look at Kubuntu and MEPIS. Perhaps a KDE fan could confirm or deny?

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