Greg Helledy on 23 Mar 2010 05:45:41 -0700

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[PLUG] What's the best KDE-based distro for noobs at this point?

I know that this type of question has the potential to provoke a lot of 
conflict, but here goes:

Ubuntu is most commonly recommended for installing on newcomers' 
computers, but I've read that the KDE packages (as provided with 
Kubuntu) are poorly-packaged, resulting in a lot of issues like crashing 
or apps that don't start.

Is are Mint's packages the same?  If you wanted to get someone started 
on a distro with KDE (that they're going to install themselves), what 
would you suggest?


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