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    Re: GNOME in (with KDE), others out

    Quote Originally Posted by knoppix37672
    Since knoppix is a very - very user friendly distro ideal for getting to know Linux or demo, I would add in Gnome in addition to KDE and leave the other small window managers. (if enough place on the disk)
    Gnome is addressed by Gnoppix <http://www.gnoppix.org/>.

    Knoppix has at least two applications. One is to get acquainted with Linux.

    Another application is a rescue-CD. For this purpose IceWM is far better than KDE. Just IceWM version 1.2.7 is an unlucky choice in my oppinion. 1.2.8 would be better in respect of menu handling.

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    Just a quick heads-up, since I did it today:

    You need to use

    apt-get -t unstable install gnome

    without the distribution flag, it won't install correctly. With the flag, works flawlessly, with no conflicts I've seen.

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