Re: Kppp inactive (feedback)
Kmail which doesn't want to recognise my ISP. (I saw a
post a while back about this)
Start a new thread and post some details about what you're seeing.
As an aside, I've been trying to learn GNU/Linux for a year and a half now.
I started with Mandrake, tried Fedora (because a friend used it) and then
went to Debian because it seemed to be in the true spirit of Richard
I have to say that my experience has been that all the distros are
It wasn't that long ago that a popular sig said something to to effect
of "Linux is indeed user-friendly; it's just picky about who its friends
In other words, what I think you're describing as "buggy" would be more
appropriately described as "dependent on tinkering". This is changing;
compare today's distros to that available three or four years ago. It's
just not "quite there" yet for those who expect things to "just work".
(For that, you need a Mac :-) )