[kde-linux] Thought in desperation

Lars Koraeus lars.koraeus at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Dec 4 13:22:33 UTC 2009

Yes but that would not solve our problem. It is almost impossible to change to 
Debian or debian clone. We have no problem with the Linux or X stability. Only 
a little too man bugs in the new KDE and still missing apps.

On Friday 04 December 2009 19:55:44 Thierry de Coulon wrote:
> On Friday 04 December 2009, Werner Joss wrote:
> > agreed.
> > problem is: there is not much choice left nowadays when searching for
> > such an 'enterprise distro' which still supports kde3.5.x - you mentioned
> > centOS, well, but that might imply other restrictions (e.g. problems with
> > newer hardware due to outdated kernel etc...).
> > in the end, it turns out that all those who want to stick with 3.5 for
> > some reasons, have a hard time now because kde depelopers and distros
> > have given up on 3.5 too early, before kde4 is a perfect replacement in
> > all aspects.
> >
> > werner
> I'm not sure what an enterprise distro exactly is, but I would like to
>  mention Mepis that builds KDE 3 on a (for me) fairly stable Debian Lenny.
> Thierry
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