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hpr1862 :: The Awesomely Epic Guide To KDE Part 1

A tutorial of the KDE Desktop

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Hosted by Geddes on 2015-09-22 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Hello my name is Geddes and this is my first HPR Episode. Its part 1 of an audio voice recording of an article entitled THE AWESOMELY EPIC GUIDE TO KDE. This is a tutorial on the KDE Desktop, which I did for Linux Voice Magazine back at the start of 2015. Its primarily in response to the call from HPR for more shows, but in my introduction I've also mentioned a few other reasons which I hope listeners will find interesting, a couple are around the issues of diversity and accessibility.


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Comment #1 posted on 2015-09-28T19:46:35Z by Ken Fallon

I just enabled a load of these

Hi Geddes,

I just re-enabled a load of these. I didn't bother before as I mostly did re-installs but then I realized that I could keep my config in my home dir so it would move with me.

Excellent reading and a great idea.

Ken.

Comment #2 posted on 2015-10-16T18:54:42Z by Geddes

Thanks Ken.

Glad to know you found the article useful, and agree that it’s a worthwhile idea. I’ll be looking around for a follow up if I can find one.

Geddes

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