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    Yes I have, it seems great, but no KDE

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    If you like it that much, why not simply install KDE?
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    Its not really that I like KDE that much, but that I hate Gnome 3 and don't want to stay on Gnome 2. Well, it seems Ill probably end up on Mint Debian.

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    What about using a different DE/WM altogether?
    Maybe Xfce? IceWM?
    There's plenty out there to choose from. Take a look here: Window Managers for X
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    Thanks But I don't really enjoy XFCE/LXDE. For me it's either KDE or gnome.

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