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Old 01-25-2016, 09:21 AM   #1
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LXer: Which is More Important: Distro, Desktop…or Something Else?

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It’s not the distro that’s important to most users, they said, because most users don’t interact with the distro itself as they work and play on their Linux machines. Instead, the average user’s direct interaction with a computer is primarily through the desktop environment, whether that be KDE, GNOME, Unity or something they rolled on their own on a Friday night instead of having a boys’ or girls’ night out.



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