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 Fedora Alpha 9

 
 by adundovi on: Feb 8 2008
 
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Did anyone try Fedora 9 alpha yet (with KDE 4.0)?

I tried LiveCD KDE4.0 (first one) from Rawhide and it was usable only for demonstrational and testing purpose. When will 4.0.1 hit the Rawhide?


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 Re: Fedora Alpha 9

 
 by fengshaun on: Feb 18 2008
 
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it already did hit the rawhide. It's even in kde-unstable ( gg: kde.repo )


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 Re: Fedora Alpha 9

 
 by knell on: Apr 30 2008
 
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now i'm using a Fedora release 8.92 (Rawhide)
kde4 is unstable :-( i think that fedora9 will include some stable release, but kde4 is alpha and all "stable" releases is some milestones on the way to really KDE4 in future ;) this will be in autumn, i think.


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 Fc9 sulpher

 
 by EDWARD0S on: Feb 9 2008
 
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will be released sometime in may.
i too love the new look of 4.0 but im going to stick with 3.5 till 4.0 is way less buggy.i think ill wait about 4-5 months to install it.

im running warewolf gnome and kde i prefer kde.


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 Re: Fc9 sulpher

 
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I'm going to stick with 3.5 too, at least Fedora 9 is out... Can't risk with upgrading from Rawhide.

Beside KDE4, I'm waiting for KDE4 applications, mostly for KDEedu/Step, Amarok2 and Kopete.

http://edu.kde.org/step


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 bugs

 
 by EDWARD0S on: Feb 11 2008
 
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yeah on the fifth 4.0.1 was release at the same time sulpher alpha was released.
i think the next release of bug fixes is in 2-3 months. it will be sooner if there are more people playing with 4.0 to send bug reports. that way the more complete the desktop will become. i also am waiting to see a upgrade with the gnome desktop. i think it already is a great desktop but there are somethings that can be improved. i like the control panel idea for gnome but accessibility needs to be improved.
to the whole Gnu Object Manipulating Environment (GNOME) environment.
heres one problem when you have kde and gnome you cant edit the menu in gnome, or is it just me who has the problem?


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 Interview on KDE4

 
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You might find this interview interesting (Fedora KDE SIG members)
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Interviews/KDE4


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 Re: Interview on KDE

 
 by EDWARD0S on: Feb 28 2008
 
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i read this and i also downloadedthe i386 fedora 9 live with kde 4 and i like it so in may when it is available for fedora 8 ill download it if they have the 64 bit.

there are two sections plasma themes and plasmoids im not sure how to change the theme cause i would rather be using kicker
but i would like to learn and if there is a site that explains it then announce it in the global section of the forum.


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 Upd8

 
 by marcaemus on: Apr 30 2008
 
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Just upped to Fed 8 after years on a highly modded Fed 5. Very nice! All the development tools you could need, and noticeably quicker as well.


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 Re: Upd8

 
 by EDWARD0S on: Oct 1 2008
 
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yeah well chick the link for concept of fedora 10

the first is a page with a list of different themes and teh second is the link to my favourite theme.

http://www.linuxloop.com/news/2008/07/11/early-fedora-10-artwork/


http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Artwork/F10Themes/Solar


enjoy


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 Fed 11

 
 by marcaemus on: Jul 8 2009
 
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Been installing Fed 11 at a local community centre. Probably the 'king hit' for choosing it was plug and print. No Install Printer just plug the printer in and hit the Print Test Page balloon that pops up. Nice selling point for the people who don't know linux.

The Fedora artwork went down well too. (Image isn't everything :P )

Tried the KDE (4.2) live CD. Very slow indeed. Not convinced.


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 Re: Fed 11

 
 by marco619 on: Jul 9 2009
 
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Hey Men, pues la verdad que Fedora 11 esta buena, pero aunque no la descargue
( porque no tengo internet // I haven't Internet ) me dicen que esta buena, en todos los foros por los que he andado.

Bueno, no hablo mucho Ingles ( aunque estoy aprendiendo este idioma ) aqui les va esto :

I like Fedora XX , where X >= 9, that's cool , Saludos to All !!! ;)


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