On Monday 10 July 2006 23:13, Mark Fletcher wrote:
> --- S Clement <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I am new to Debian - within the last two weeks - and
> > two things puzzle me.
> > Why do you seem to prefer gnome over kde? I have
> > examined both and kde seems to me to be easier to
> > use. There must be something I am missing.
> It's a very personal choice -- I for one prefer KDE to
> Gnome. That said I use GDM (the Gnome Display Manager)
> instead of KDM to kick off KDE -- but that's for no
> better reason than that I set it up way back at the
> beginning before I Knew What I Was Doing (TM) and had
> some problems with KDM I couldn't get to the bottom of
> whilst GDM worked out of the box. I was probably doing
> something embarrassingly stupid but I've never had a
> compelling reason to go back and try again.
If you are using gdm as the display manager, but are using kde as your desktop
environment then the only problem I can see is that both gnome and KDE
libraries are being loaded into memory. I would expect that less memory would
be used if you stick with gdm+gnome or kdm+KDE setup. But then, if you are
using any of these beasts, you are probably not worried about memory issues.
- Re: Why?
- From: Steve Lamb <email@example.com>
- Re: Why?
- From: Mark Fletcher <firstname.lastname@example.org>