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KDE "The KDE Project today announced the immediate availability of KDE 3.5.6, a maintenance release for the latest generation of the most advanced, powerful free desktop for GNU/Linux and other UNIXes. This release includes a number of fixes for KHTML, Kate, kicker, ksysguard, and lots of other applications."
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Re: Pclinuxos
by richmoore on Fri 26th Jan 2007 00:43 UTC
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Personally I've never heard of this distro, and from the web site it sounds like there's not been a release. I'd recommend suse if you want a KDE desktop, or slackware if you want unmodified sources.

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RE: to richmoore
by nedvis on Fri 26th Jan 2007 01:07 in reply to "Re: Pclinuxos"
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"Personally I've never heard of this distro..."
That's exactly what I was talking about. PCLinuxOS was/is
most overlooked distro to my best knowledge.
As in Shakespeare "Much Ado About Nothing" there were series of articles, reviews and opinions on Canonical Linux project and other releases from SuSE , Fedora and/or <your favourite distro name here> while PCLinuxOS was pushed to margine.
Only bunches of PCLinuxOS devoted developers, supporters and Linux aficionados knew what treasures were hidden behind not so attractive distribution release numbers e.g. 0.85 , 0.92(a) or 0.93. Was that misleading release numbering system strategical trick or such I don't know but what they were brewing behind
the scene was pure Ambrosia !

Edited 2007-01-26 01:09

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