One stupid Question....
Ralf.Habacker at freenet.de
Mon Aug 4 22:20:47 CEST 2003
> I'm not a programmer, and I have run a couple of versions of Linux, I don't
> get it.
> I understand the idea of using a Win32 base to run the KDE desktop on.
> Honestly, having Open Source (or even a 2nd retail vendor) replacements for
> every component of Windows is a great idea. What I don't get is why you have
> to install all these Linux Libraries (from a tarball, of all things) first,
> unless this project is just getting started.
> If the goal is to get the Windoze crowd to use the KDE desktop instead of
> Uncle Bills Browser Interface, then you have to make this a lot more
> accessible to us average Joes. Zips and One-Click Installs, not tarballs and
> library installs.
this is exactly the way we tried with the kde3 setup.exe installer.
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