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Hello, I'm looking for a KDE LiveCD with three requirements:
1. Latest KDE (4.9 or 4.10, it can be a beta LiveCD).
2. It cannot be DVD (not more than 700MB).
3. Konqueror pre-installed (please, don't say "you can install it").
I don't care about things like package management, since the only thing I need to test is KDE itself. I quit using KDE in 2008, and never tested it anymore. If I like it, I'll probably install it on my box later. Also, I don't want to install it here just for the sake of testing, since a distro that ships KDE probably put some effort into getting things to work.
I believe many distros don't ship Konqueror, but only Dolphin + Firefox/Chrome instead.
Thanks to anyone who would help me finding it!
Last edited by teresaejunior; 01-29-2013 at 09:01 PM.
I ended up actually ignoring the review I read and downloaded Fedora 18. Fedora has a more vanilla KDE installation, with Konqueror, Krusader, Calligra..., etc, instead of the traditional Firefox, LibreOffice, GIMP... So it it perfect for testing the KDE environment.