sf10095 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 00:26:18 MSK 2009
wifi is not related to kde. It is related to the correct drivers and the
kernel configuration. If it worked with older kernel, it should work with
this one as well.
On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 9:39 PM, Yossi Gil <yossi.gil at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, I downloaded and installed KDE 4.2 on 8.10. I was impressed with the
> bells and whistles, but was not converted. For one KOffice did not work (I
> guess it is a distribution issue, but did not want to spend time on this.
> Second, the wireless did not work, so I had no connectivity (it was working
> with KDE4.0). So, I guess I will stick with Gnome until 9.04, at which time
> I will reconsider.
> Fedora, SuSE and othe distributions are great, so I hear, but we cannnot
> move to them in the lab. Too much of a hassle and compatability with other
> Technion computers. This is not to say that we will discorage users from
> installing kubuntu, fedora, suse, etc.
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