"Last time we used the KDE Wizard in Caldera's OpenLinux
eDesktop 2.4 to make the Linux, K desktop look and feel pretty much
like the Microsoft Windows desktop. Today, let's get the K desktop
running in Red Hat Linux 7 and then make it look and feel more like
the Microsoft Windows desktop."
"Or, if you like you can follow along in this tutorial and use
it as a guide for creating your own customized Linux desktop skin
or theme. Then in our next session, let's get down to business
using the K desktop to start and to run programs. Incidentally,
this tutorial article should be helpful if you want to customize or
re-skin the K desktop in other Linux distributions, also."
"The K desktop (KDE) is the default graphical user interface
(GUI) desktop for Caldera's OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4 Linux
distribution. However, GNOME is the default GUI desktop for the Red
Hat 7 Linux distribution."
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