[kde-linux] kppp

falkengeist at surfbest.net falkengeist at surfbest.net
Sun Jan 3 20:28:01 UTC 2010

Thanks, I'll give this a try when I get back to work on Tuesday. 
Since I'm obviously on dial-up, downloading a distro at home is


---- Original Message ----
From: cyrwyn at wildblue.net
To: kde-linux at kde.org
Subject: Re: [kde-linux] kppp
Date: Sat, 2 Jan 2010 09:22:26 -0700

>Try PCLOS. http://www.pclinuxos.com  It usually works out of the box
>with most 
>hardware. The .iso download is for a live-cd, so you can check
>without installing. Currently, it comes with KDE 3.5.10, but you can
>KDE 4.3 later and replace KDE 3. IMHO the best distro. I've used it
>years. It's a rolling release, so there's constant updates to be
>installed by 
>download using apt-get and Synaptic, although the package files are
>This message has traveled almost the distance to the moon!
>Stuart Norman
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