[opensource] Ubuntu Breezy Badger is OUT!
dinan at cse.ohio-state.edu
Sat Oct 15 16:57:07 EDT 2005
Cosmin Roman wrote:
> ... not to mention that they now have kubuntu, for those of us KDE
> fanatics (as in KDE-Ubuntu)
> amazingly, even "kubuntu" means something :)
Also, if you've already got ubuntu installed and you want to check out
kubuntu, all you have to do is install the 'kubuntu-desktop' package
(likewise, kubuntu users can install 'ubuntu-desktop') using synaptic or
"apt-get install kubuntu-desktop".
> (insert your favorite KDE vs. Gnome flame here)
Personally, I've always liked enlightenment. :)
Seriously though, I have always loved kprinter as a print tool and I
just discovered that there is actually something similar for gnome:
gtklp. It lets you do duplexing, n-up, and all sorts of other handy
stuff. Unfortunately it's not installed in default ubuntu so you'll
have to 'apt-get install' it (embrace the super cow powers) or use synaptic.
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