SabayonHead wrote:1.Is the Mini Edition good for those who don't have a DVD player that will read burned DVD's?
SabayonHead wrote:2. How can I configure the updates? I think this is more of a KDE thing but just wanted to know ( for example: To be updated or notified every month instead of right away. On Gnome, this can be configured )
SabayonHead wrote:3. Would you say Sabayon is more KDEcentric or Gnome? ( Where is the focus more on ) I ask so I can mentally put a focus on what is what.
If KDEcentric ( to how I see it now as ) why not have KOffice & Konqueror as defaults with Firefox and OpenOffice as options?
SabayonHead wrote:Finally, To my understanding, a rolling release, like Sabayon, is an OS you install and update like any other OS ( though it takes longer because it updates the whole system instead of a file or two )
That would mean you make 1 install and update normally forever?
SabayonHead wrote:you raise something about updating the OS, the normal way of how Sabayon updates ( by default ) would also update the os also right? Or do you have to be specific and throw the commands for it?
SabayonHead wrote:As for the notification alerts, yea I'll wait for someone to answer, the notifications are a little too much at times lol.
SabayonHead wrote:Gnome is cool but the windows users going to Linux usually feel better with kde than gnome ( hence why I preffer it for them)
SabayonHead wrote:1 more quick question I forgot to ask...
Is there a way to have applications to auto run when starting up the OS? Auto run basically
SabayonHead wrote:Thats it for now lol
Thanks again for taking the time out : )
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