Popular Opinions (was: KDE 3.0 Problems...)

Robert Black Eagle rbe at flash.net
Thu Sep 5 19:51:34 BST 2002

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On Thursday 05 September 2002 10:12 am, Ralf Sternberg wrote:
> Am Donnerstag,  5. September 2002 12:33 schrieb Jeremy Lunn:
> > I've already been told from the point of view of an end user that
> > "Linux" is just no good and it's too hard. ...
> Isn't this a consumer's point of view? If at first you don't succeed it's
> just "no good". Remember that Linux is a gift - nobody wants to sell it to
> you. But sure lots of people trying to make the best out of it.
> rara

This may have been true even 18 months ago, but now it's no more common than 
those who have Windows problems.  You should try to install Windows on 
different computers if you think it's easy.  In any case, given Lycoris linux 
(which won't have KDE 3 until some frequently used apps have migrated to KDE 
3, for some reason), the newly release Mandrake and Red Hat versions and 
several others, I really think this old tales not in tune with current 

I've put linux (with KDE3) on several computers and the people using them are 
delighted -- almost no crashes compared to Windows.

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