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Re: shared file
> Date: Wed, 5 Aug 1998 01:02:17 -0400 (EDT)
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> On Tue, 4 Aug 1998, Roberto Alsina wrote:
> > Yeah. I always get a nice laugh when people say KDE is a windows clone,
> > and that's why they use GNOME :-)
> Actually, they are probably talking about kwm. A lot of people still think
> that KDE is a fancy Window manager. The KDE people need to convince the
> rest of the world that KDE not only isn't kwm, but that KDE does not
> depend on kwm, and that kwm is to KDE as krn is to KDE. (ie just another
> For this to happen, the KDE team need to make more effort to make
> sure the components work without the window manager.
> At present, the main reason some people seem to choose GNOME over KDE
> is simply that they dislike kwm . This can't be helped. Everyone has
> their favourite window manager, and no matter how good yours is, there
> are people who won't like it. So the only way to cater for them is to
> convince them that the kde suite will work with the other things.
> This kind of thing really should go into the HOWTO, since as you point
> out, there has been a lot of fudding going on about all of this.
> BTW, one thing I would like to know is this :
> Does kvt have Xresources ? as far as I can tell, it doesn't (and GNOME
> have dilligently mimicked this omission )
> I was hoping to find a nice way to set the default term type to
Use the "save options" entry in kvt's Options menu.
Jean Francois Martinez
The worthy man is the one who would drink muddy water if such were the
water of truth.