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Copying OSX

Copying OSX

Posted Feb 24, 2011 22:27 UTC (Thu) by Trelane (subscriber, #56877)
In reply to: Copying OSX by Zizzle
Parent article: First look at Ubuntu "Natty" and the state of Unity

wherever you want. This is Linux/Unix, not Windows or OSX. You don't *have* to run GNOME or KDE.

Some very different offerings from GNOME and KDE are FVWM, Fluxbox, GNUStep, and a host of other options exist. They have costs and benefits to them, like everything that exists. Check 'em out! Heck, old-skool things like twm is available in Fedora (perhaps in the Extras or Fusion repos, but they're there)


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