“Most advanced ISO release of this Debian-based distribution built around the KDE Plasma-based NX Desktop environment.”
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Like Plasma but didn’t like KDE (Windows style) more prefer Gnome DE, we need more DE based on Plasma, not GTK
Holy krap, that’s a disaster! Kernel 6 with the most bugged desktop in the world of linux - it’s not gonna end well for some of the users. Kernel 6 turns off and on the LAN card whenever it feels like it, with that kernel X doesn’t want to start most of the time (especially when resuming from suspend), add to all that the desktop environment full of never fixed bugs at every corner (so to speak) and you have a recipe for a disaster.