On Fri, 17 Jan 2014 15:41:29 -0700 Joseph Thames <beartham@...> wrote: > This is an interesting point of why Linux is going to hell in a handbasket. > I had used KDE for about 10 years when it forked into KDE4, which was like > going through a hurricane. Most of my favorite tools were either gone, or > did not work any more. Imagine what it would be like if we had as many > kernels (and kernel-builders competing with one another) as we have > desktops. Doesn't anybody understand entropy? > What are you talking about? Kim works fine in any distro of Linux. TDE isn't a 'distro' per se and as someone else pointed out it could still work relatively easily in TDE. Linux is about choice and the freedom of it. I *like* that there are so many distro's to choose from. Without that kind of choice, it'd be like grocery shopping for bread and all you get to choose from is white or wheat. If Linus didn't want people to use it and make it into what *they* wanted, he'd have slapped a EULA on it like that garbage OS M$ and been done with it. -- http://www.lawcollective.org/ Learn your rights through cartoons! http://www.roadblock.org/rights/ Know your rights about and at roadblocks! http://fija.org/ Learn about Jury Nullification! Take back your rights from the over-reaching: police, justice system and government! Why does the government want to ban semi-auto weapons? Because you won’t get in the box car willingly.