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    Spanky

    Mint is great in KDE and all, but KDE really needs a makeover. The fonts look cramped, and the stainless steal look, is old. Last time I checked, it wasn’t easy to change that (it was, at one KDE 3 point, kinda). It’s shame really. They were making those activities, when the basics are not (completely) finished, and built out.

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      Klemen

      Well fonts are distro setting. It has nothing to do with KDE. they just look as they are set on system, regardless of the desktop. And The theme of everything can easily be changed. It’s a lot easier to configure this in KDE than in any other desktop.

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    carolinason

    format /boot as ext2 not ext4!!

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    1. 2.1

      finid

      Does it really matter?

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