Greg Helledy on 19 Apr 2017 04:45:13 -0700
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[PLUG] Alternative to Gentoo?
- From: Greg Helledy <email@example.com>
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- Subject: [PLUG] Alternative to Gentoo?
- Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2017 07:45:06 -0400
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When I started reading your post, I thought, "That sounds like me once
upon a time." I had been using Debian stable with KDE for years, and
while I really liked Debian, support for KDE just never seemed to be a
priority. Sure, KDE worked, but there would be minor glitches that
would go unfixed for long periods. Updates would introduce new ones.
For someone who wanted to use KDE as their desktop, it was just
frustrating enough that I started looking around for another way.
I found Mint, and my home desktop is still on that, some six years
later. The difference in my case is that I was not looking for problems
to solve, I was looking for a distro where everything had already been
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