ubuntu studio vs kubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 14, 2011
Hello! What to install?
I like how kubuntu look and feel, but i keep in mind that the Kde is a little bit resource hungry.
On the other way, I was reading that ubuntu studio has some ''real time kernel'' or real time kernel patch -what is that? will make the operating system to process faster video and music editing or photo's as well?
Dose real time kernel from ubuntu studio make kde to move slighty faster?
I would like to use my laptop for everyday task's and Photo Editing (Photoshop emulated) that would be the primary used task, and second is to have a wordpress installed (mysql,php,apache) to work at my personal website locally and then uploda it to host's severs.
Ubuntu + KDE vs Kubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 14, 2011
Hi to all,
I don't know if this is the right section to post this question, but it's interesting for me to know if it's the same thing installing KDE on ubuntu or install Kubuntu directly. ( suppose you have the same base, eg. 10.04 )
Some people in forum says that it's not exactly the same thing. So, what are the differences?
Thank you very much!
Ubuntu vs Kubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 4, 2009
Can someone tall me the difference between ubuntu and kubuntu?
Ubuntu vs. Kubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 19, 2007
Well, I don't know where to put this, so sticking it here seems safe. What are the main differences between Ubuntu and Kubuntu, (besides one being brown and the other blue)? Are there any major system performance differences?
Also, I have heard that Kubuntu looks a lot like Windows. Is this so? Because that might be a bit more familiar to me, having been born and raised on Windows.
Ubuntu wine vs Kubuntu wine
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 9, 2013
I though both versions are identical. But obviously there must be something different. I am running an application trough samba client. It is working on Ubuntu but not on Kubuntu.
Does anyone know what is the reason for that regarding on fact that wine versions are identical. I am running the application trough command "env WINEPREFIX="/home/codingeek/.wine" wine Z:\\var\\tmp\\kdecache-codingeek\\krun\\3331.0.PTal.exe".
Best regards, Janez
Ubuntu vs Kubuntu : What would you recommend for a netbook ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 2, 2012
Hello (K)Ubuntu aficionados !
I have a netbook Lenovo IdeaPad S10, not exactly powerful. I'm hesitating between Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot with Unity and Kubuntu, in particular due to the size of the screen and the relatively low CPU power, memory and video card power.
I would like to ask you what would you recommend and if you think it is practicable to give a try to Kubuntu.
Have a nice day !
Ubuntu Server Edition vs. CentOS?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 11, 2009
I've had dedicated servers hosting my websites for years now, though I admit I have no server administration or management experience. My dedicated servers are currently run off of CentOS 64-bit, though I am interested in using Ubuntu Server Edition 64-bit.
I'd like to compare and contrast the two, in terms of performance, ease of use, stability, and security. I know they are both Linux distributions but the two are based off of two different ones: Red Hat & Debian.
One day I would love to learn how to fully administer and manage my server myself. That's one of the reasons I'm leaning towards Ubuntu, because of its documentation and large community support forum. I just don't want to lose performance, security, or stability by switching from CentOS to Ubuntu Server Edition.
Can anyone really compare and contrast the two in a server environment? I've used Ubuntu as a desktop OS before, though I really didn't like it as much as openSUSE. Not only that but Ubuntu di
Ubuntu vs CentOS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 29, 2009
Now I'm looking for one enterprise distribution for servers and desktops. And I'm choosing between Ubuntu and CentOs.
Ubuntu is the best desktop and server solution, with many installations and good support. But there is no free systems management tool - Landscape server is not open and free.
CentOs - I've never worked with it before and I can't say something about it. But for CentOs there is open source system management tool - Spacewalk.
So, what would you advise me?
centOS vs ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 24, 2010
Hi all, quick question. I am new to Linux and recently upgraded my hosting plan to a VPS. I was on ubuntu (but didn't have full ssh) and now I am on centOS which is all they offer for this type of plan.
I would prefer to use ubuntu since I am most familiar with it and our Moodle server at work runs on it. Part of why I upgraded was have full root privileges and get more familiar with linux and learn.
How similar are centOS and ubuntu - or any linux distro for that matter? Do all linux distros have very similar directories and commands? I know there will be differences like yum/apt-get but if I get good and comfortable with centOS will I be thrown into another world if I try to work with ubuntu and others?
Comparing CentOS to Ubuntu for VPS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 16, 2011
I am really in a need to know major differences in between for those who used both centos and ubuntu servers regarding VPS.
And which one is better regarding stability and security and memory usage?
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