the best way
You can do what you want. Installing with NetIns-CD you can
choose, later, kde-full package or you Install KDE with
KDE install CD. ie, if you use amd64 you can burn this
On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 03:45, wi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Until today I've always installed gnome.
> Now I want to try KDE. I have a new netbook and have to install debian.
> Is it the best way to boot the netinst-CD and choose in the install boot
> menu the desktop KDE? Or is it better to choose install and later
> install KDE? Or is there a best way?
> Best regards
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