Message from discussion OpenSUSE with KDE is working out for me.
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From: Mark Warner <mhwarner.inhibiti...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: OpenSUSE with KDE is working out for me.
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2012 16:34:06 -0500
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John Corliss wrote:
> Also, when I installed openSUSE over my existing copy of Mageia, I
> thought it would format the drive and install openSUSE. Silly me. It
> kept the account folder structure from Mageia which is now an
> unnecessary "ghost" folder and subfolder set that I don't use and can't
> delete for some reason.
You thought wrong, obviously. Since this is your first real attempt at
using Linux, and is at this point still a training exercise, how about
reinstalling? This time incorporate what you've learned to this point,
and look specifically for the point in the installation process where
you made the wrong choice?
Registered Linux User #415318
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