Re: [kde-linux] Thought in desperation



Yes but that would not solve our problem. It is almost impossible to change to
Debian or debian clone. We have no problem with the Linux or X stability. Only
a little too man bugs in the new KDE and still missing apps.
/Lars

On Friday 04 December 2009 19:55:44 Thierry de Coulon wrote:
On Friday 04 December 2009, Werner Joss wrote:
agreed.
problem is: there is not much choice left nowadays when searching for
such an 'enterprise distro' which still supports kde3.5.x - you mentioned
centOS, well, but that might imply other restrictions (e.g. problems with
newer hardware due to outdated kernel etc...).
in the end, it turns out that all those who want to stick with 3.5 for
some reasons, have a hard time now because kde depelopers and distros
have given up on 3.5 too early, before kde4 is a perfect replacement in
all aspects.

werner

I'm not sure what an enterprise distro exactly is, but I would like to
mention Mepis that builds KDE 3 on a (for me) fairly stable Debian Lenny.

Thierry

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