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KDE 4.2 brings the MySQL server to the desktop

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bytebot.net/blog: If you’re using Fedora 10, and are a KDE desktop user, you’ll notice that your latest KDE 4.2 update, requires having a local MySQL server installed.

KDE 4.2: Beyond the first impressions

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celettu.wordpress: I did find some quite irritating issues yesterday, when I installed KDE 4.2 the first time. People have pointed out that KDE can hardly be blamed for the difference in looks between GTK and Qt applications, which is true, but the result is still ugly.

KDE 4.2: First impressions

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celettu.wordpress: I also must say that Plasma has come a long way. It looks good, is fast, and doesn’t crash anymore, at least on my PC. I like that. But...

KDE in nearly all public schools in brazil.

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Interviews

plagioastral.wordpress: Today I was in a public school near where I live for a interview with Nazareth, the coordinator of a social-inclusion project for the less afortunate kids in brazil, that live in 2 poor-communities: Alto do Coqueirinho and Bairro da paz.

New Plasma themes, new Qt, new Lancelot

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ivan.fomentgroup.org/blog: First I would like to point out that there are two new Plasma themes on kde-look. Well, at least two *my* new themes. Apart from fixing bugs related to the Qt 4.5, there are some new cool things in Lancelot and its theming mechanism.

Air and KDE 4.3

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pinheiro-kde.blogspot: Air was the wallpaper we introduced in KDE 4.2, but that just the beginning of something larger than that, air is supposed to be something different than what oxygen is, something that tries to appeal to a different user base that does not find oxygen sexy.

KDE 4.2

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linuxowns.wordpress: I’ve been a Gnome user ever I started using Linux a little over 2 years ago. When KDE 4 came out it looked promising but I was not impressed with it at all. That all changed when version 4.2 came out a little while ago.

KDE 4.2 Progress Report

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benkevan.com/blog: Well, I’ve been a few days with KDE 4.2 and thought I’d give a little insight of my experience and why I made the decision to go back to KDE 3.5.10.

My wife gave up on KDE! :-(

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qashapp.blogspot: I really tried. At first I went ok. She complained about the system being way slower, but she could live with it. But over time more and more has just been to disturbing and now, after 3 months of KDE, I chose to reinstall her machine with Mac OS. I have myself over that period grown a bit less Kubuntu/KDE friendly.

KDE 4.2 Review

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linux-ninja.com: I recently did a bunch of package unmasking in my desktop Gentoo installation and did an emerge of KDE 4 .2 and I thought I would share my experiences in my shiny new desktop environment.

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