Re: How to setup dual monitor in kde?

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On Monday, 2012-05-28, dE . wrote:

> A workaround is to use KDE is Debian stable, that way you can ensure
> there're no regressions atleast.

Or Debian Testing or Unstable for newer versions of some packages.
Been doing that successfully since about 2001 IIRC so I wouldn't call it a 
work around.

But I guess it matters less which distribution one uses but more that one 
understands how the distributions package selection and upgrade process works.

Cheers,
Kevin

-- 
Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring

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