Just another very happy Full Monty user, wanting to say thanks for such a well thought out and solid distro! I have been using Ubuntu for some time now, and still have a lot to learn on both KDE & PCLinuxOS subjects. I have spent most of my time with Gnome in the past. I now have FM on 3 desktops & 1 laptop of my own. Also have installed FM on a friends laptop, and now he is converting his family over to FM too!
I am still a little unclear about FM updates. I think I read PCLinuxOS is a rolling distro? (Updates come via synaptic?)
I know KDE 4.6 is coming for us soon, so how will that be done? I think I read that upgrading to KDE 4.6 (when it becomes available) could mess up my current FM configuration? So, I guess what I am asking is: Will we be able to upgrade or are we looking at a whole new install?
I figure the download time (of a whole new distro) will promote a way to upgrade?
Hope to find a how-to for this...
Anyway, I'm going do it. I do really enjoy FM.
Just another view..
The description for FM, labels it to be intended for beginners. While I agree, that it is great for beginners and MS Windows converts, I think that sort of implies you will soon grow out of it and to that (so far) I can only think of two reasons to grow out of it.. 1: I might want to re-master it to my taste -or- 2: I needed grub2 or a 64 bit OS. This is NOT my opinion, in fact, IMHO, I believe FM is done so well, you will not have time to learn all it has to offer, before the next version comes out? Again, way to go folks & thanks for a truly complete and user friendly OS.