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  • #11
    Originally posted by Compartmentalisation View Post
    Then just use the studio applications without bothering about a lick of paint or something...
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    Since when is the DE just a "lick of paint"? For all intents and purposes the way you interact with the OS is the OS.

    And no, apt installing the DE is not the same as a custom tailored experience, properly integrated into the OS build.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by msotirov View Post
      Since when is the DE just a "lick of paint"? For all intents and purposes the way you interact with the OS is the OS.

      And no, apt installing the DE is not the same as a custom tailored experience, properly integrated into the OS build.
      Some distributions, like Manjaro, provide a package that sets up that custom tailored experience with guides to fill in the rest. Makes it really easy to switch DEs with Manjaro. It's easy to forget that other distros don't provide those packages after using Antergos and Manjaro for so many years.

      I can imagine that an Ubuntu flavor like Studio would require someone to actually make a KDE specific edition to be THAT integrated. The only other option is to install KDE on top of Studio and then to configure it as necessary...possibly document what all was done to contribute towards a possible Ubuntu Studio KDE Edition...

      Installing via apt might not be the exact same, but "that + customizing it" is all you can really do if the product you want doesn't exist. You're in the wrong forums if you think that's too difficult.

      Be glad that's all you have to do...I'm going to have to migrate to Gentoo and create my own overlays to get the specific system I want because all the features I want don't exist in the same distribution...don't ask because I'm going full on retard for shits and giggles...

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      • #13
        Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
        The only other option is to install KDE on top of Studio and then to configure it as necessary...possibly document what all was done to contribute towards a possible Ubuntu Studio KDE Edition...
        That's actually not a bad idea. I'll look into it, possibly after 19.04 drops.

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