[CentOS] Red Hat is Planning To Deprecate KDE on RHEL By 2024

Sat Nov 3 14:38:03 UTC 2018
J Martin Rushton <martinrushton56 at btinternet.com>

On 03/11/18 02:31, Robert Heller wrote:


> Yeah, there are very few of us that completely skipped 
> MS-DOS/MS-Windows/MacOS-Clasic and *never* used a graphical file manager or 
> any of the eye-candy that people now believe is "standard" or "normal".  I 
> went from VMS on a VT<whatever> to a VAXStation 2000 to a VAXStation 3000, to 
> DECStation 5000, to Linux, with some time spent on CP/M-68K and OS-9/68000, as 
> well as SunOS, IRIX, etc.  *I* have never owned a machine running any verison 
> of MS-Windows (I did have a box that dual booted MS-DOS and Linux).

VTs?  How about a VAX 11/782 with two LA120s, one per CPU. :-)

There were advantages in hardcopy consoles when dealing with system
crashes or boot problems.

Oh, I will confess to once owning W95 and W98 machines, but I do
remember finally issuing the command "# rm -r /C".

J Martin Rushton MBCS

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