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KDE in OS X

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I've been tinkering around a bit more with the BSD goodness of OS X, and now have KDE running in OS X's X environment. Now I can use my favorite *nix apps along side all my OS X stuff, and I don't have to reboot into Linux (not that that's a bad thing) all the time, and have the ease of a GUI. I'm really diggin' it! Here's a screen shot.

I use Apple's X11 Xwindow manager, but there others, like XDarwin. I find that with X11, the KDE windows still have the OS X window bars. I think XDarwin renders the full KDE window, but I've never used it.

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I see a picture of Auska Langly... that sexy sexy girlie girl

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That's from an icon set I found someplace. I think I found them here.

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That looks really good, logan. There's no way to change the window decoration?

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That looks really good, logan.  There's no way to change the window decoration?

Not that I've been able to figure out using X11 as the X environment. I've seen screenshots from people using XDarwin of XFree86 in OS X and they have the full KDE window decorations. Using X11 you can set the window dec in the KDE GUI, but nothing changes from the OS X window bar.

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they had some pritty cool anime ic0ns but not somany cool desktops... i already have my 1984 blackflag picture for my desktop

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