Novell will (continue to) support KDE after all

William Park opengeometry-FFYn/CNdgSA at
Wed Nov 16 00:07:36 UTC 2005

On Tue, Nov 15, 2005 at 06:44:15PM -0500, Christopher Browne wrote:
> On 11/15/05, ted leslie <tleslie-RBVUpeUoHUc at> wrote:
> > and they are both supposed to be supporting opendesktop standards
> > anyways ..  i guess the down size it it makes for quite a large
> > install to wrap the two together, but thats becoming almost a mute
> > point with all the HD/RAM space for cheap these days.
> I'd consider it a mostly moot point.  Yes, indeed, disk space is
> pretty cheap.  "Enough" memory is always more than you have, mind
> you...

Having tried KDE-3.4 from Slackware-10.2 and SuSE-10.0, SuSE's KDE takes
10x longer to start and respond than Slackware's KDE.  Funny thing is,
SuSE's GNOME is reasonably snappy.

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