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So, KDE is that much nicer? I'm just wondering if it's worth installing to see when I've got work to do.
Ok, crazy thing is, there's no .xinitrc in /home/username/ so what's the best way to search all the files in my system to find it? I know I've already figured out the desktop, but it'd still be nice to know how to find this file!
Just a joke. KDE and gnome are much the same, just different You just tend to find some people like one and hate the other. I don't mind either, but have been a KDE user since beta 1 and gnome wasn't arround then - so I prefer KDE just because it is more familiar. I prefer some of the gnome apps for some things tho.