"In a recent post I looked at using Kubuntu 6.10, the DVD
version, as a candidate for creating the Linux desktops for the lab
at Linuxworld/IT360. I wanted Kubuntu to work because I knew the
hardware recognition was outstanding, the applications up to date,
and I use Ubuntu 6.10 (actually one of it's children, Mint 2.2) as
one of my office Linux desktops, along side OpenSUSE 10.2. I use
Mint 2.2 with KDE 3.5.5 reinstalled even: a sort of Kubuntu/Mint
mash-up if you will. For the reasons documented in the afore-linked
post however, I had to wave Kubuntu off for the lab at
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