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Old 07-31-2004, 05:18 PM   #1
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Gnome programs on KDE (good or bad?)

I want to use Gaim, and gFtp, and maybe a few other gnome programs like bluefish. I do not have gnome installed. I am wondering if the stability will be lowered any because I use a gnome program on kde. I know the performance will be lower because kde programs intergrate well, but it is only a few..

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Shouldn't affect stability ... unless either of them (KDE
or Gnome) are unstable by themselves ;) ...

You may find that you'll have to install a flock of Gnome
libraries, though, for them to work...



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