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Old 11-16-2004, 07:39 PM   #16
Registered: Sep 2004
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SUSE's KDE is gorgeous!! And I always envied the admin "K TOOLS" that KDE had that gnome just dosnt have. Fedora incorporates some decent tools into gnome, but other distros such as Slackware are missing gnome admin tools (at least the real usefull server/system admin ones). Im ok with using the Command line or VI editor for some nice quick text file configurations (there is definate power with that), however we do live in the 21st century where gui fronted configuration (system admin) tools just seem practical.

Anyway KDE for SUSE is nice, but otherwise its gnome for being a little more straight foward with its look and feel.


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