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...whith kde installed!
any tips?
questions?
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im not really a big gnome fan(of corse i hanv'nt tryed it)
how do you start it?

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to easy, i just used
sudo -i
apt-get install gnome

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to easy i just used
sudo -i
apt-get install gnome
Yep, that's pretty much all there is to it. Once you get X and one window manager installed, any other ones you could want usualy go on pretty easily.

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what ever come i think kubuntu will be my fall back os so i'm just tricking it out

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my first supprise

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it reminds me of windows moer so than kde

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