* Roy Schestowitz wrote in news.software.readers:
> __/ [ SINNER ] on Saturday 01 April 2006 01:38 \__
>> The whole thing is rather strange to me. When I was using Mandr* I
>> stated with KDE and ran it for a couple of years before switching to
>> fluxbox (which I like very much). I am starting to like Gnome, but I
>> do have some issues that having me thinking its time for a change.
> * Ubuntu + Fluxbox = http://www.nubuntu.org/
Yup, well aware, thanks though.
> * Lo and bohold: http://www.nubuntu.org/screenshots.php
> * April Fool's joke (good one) at the front page.
> You shouldn't fear that KDE installation.
Fear is the wrong word. I wasnt sure what word to use actually. I had
another Ubuntu installation with KDE installed and the only problem I had
was that I used aptitiude to do the install (I like it better than apt-
get) and after that point, any atempts to use Aptitude resulted in it
wanting to uninstall KDE even if the package I was requesting to install
was unrelated. I could have gotten around it but it wasnt that important
at the time and that machine is no longer running Ubuntu at this time.
I dont want that on my production machine. I can avoid it by manually
installing rather than a one shot install kubuntu-desktop but I am fine
for now. Once Dapper is realeased I will liekly upgrade this box and put
a few DE/DM's on it.