I've been a PCLOS fan for some time, but I am not a heavy computer user at home. My last install was the E17 version on my older desktop. I neglected to keep Synaptic updated and last night when I finally did, E17 broke. No big deal; time to try something different anyway...
KDE doesn't work on my system and I assume it something to do with this:
The bad news is users with older legacy video cards included in most dated computers may be functionally reduced due to many depreciated xorg video drivers.
My video adapter is a NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 4000 with 64 MB ram, in a "VIA CPU to AGP2.0/AGP3.0 Controller", on a Asus motherboard with Sempron 1.6 GHz (single core) and 1 gig of RAM.
Does the above quote apply to the PCLOS Openbox version, or should I be good to go if I install it? I don't play games. Just browsing, downloading, watching videos, doing office stuff, and burning and ripping. This computer has always been fine until this Xorg update (assuming that's the reason.)