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Offline piper

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Guide to KDE: The Other LINUX Desktop
« on: 2014/05/04, 19:37:40 »
Was searching for "how to" something in kde and came across this

http://manuals.makeuseof.com.s3.amazonaws.com/for-mobile/KDE_-_MakeUseOf.com.pdf
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Re: Guide to KDE: The Other LINUX Desktop
« Reply #1 on: 2014/05/04, 23:24:34 »
Wow -- that is a nice piece of work!  Thanks, piper.
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Re: Guide to KDE: The Other LINUX Desktop
« Reply #2 on: 2014/05/05, 02:31:17 »
Looks like a nice guide.
I don't like the title though, KDE is THE Linux desktop. See the latest Linux Journal reader's poll where it was voted most popular. :)

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Re: Guide to KDE: The Other LINUX Desktop
« Reply #3 on: 2014/05/05, 17:29:50 »
Thanks piper to share Your discovering.
Bye