After successfully installing Ubuntu on my PC, I want to install KDE 4 Desktop to it. KDE 4.2.2 (that will be installed) have a beautyfull appearance even a little slow than GNOME for an old machine.
Now, let’s to the point :p
To install entire KDE 4 environment, just type this on terminal:
sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop
Please be patient, the installation will be take a long time, depend on your connection speed.
To Enter the KDE4 Desktop, just reboot/logout the system, change the session to KDE . .
- If you might change the GDM to KDM as our default window login
Because KDE application will not “arranged” properly in the gnome menu, I very recommended, that we’ve install “gnome-menu-extended” to make the KDE application have bundled in new sub menu on gnome menu (download here)
Just type this on terminal:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure gdm
And choose the KDM as a default
Thanks, I hope this article to be useful, question and comment are welcome 🙂