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    Lyrocis

    http://lycoris.com/products/desktoplx
    ^Does anyone use it? It seems to be a lot more user friendly than other types of Linux.

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    Never used it but, that much eye candy is just a performance decrease.

    It looks like they took KDE and XP'd it by making it the first Linux GUI designed by Crayola.
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    how old was the dude that made that?
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    I tried it.

    I was VERY VERY impressed with it,
    I t makes linux feel very windows like.
    the control panel, and netowrk negihborhood even worked.

    try it it's free

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    I don't want my linux to be windows like!

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    Originally posted by setherd
    I tried it.

    I was VERY VERY impressed with it,
    I t makes linux feel very windows like.
    the control panel, and netowrk negihborhood even worked.

    try it it's free
    Would you consider it better than Penguin or RedHat? I'd probably install it later today.

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    Originally posted by Xandra


    Would you consider it better than Penguin or RedHat? I'd probably install it later today.
    NO, but for someone new to linux it would be great.
    example, I don't think it makes you choose a root password. or it makes the user root always. (can't remember all)
    still I was impressed, I wish I could get KDE's LAN browser to work like they have.

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    My university runs redhat so that's the one I'm used to, but if it's as easy as it looks, I don't think I'll have a problem getting used to it.
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