#45 Run on GNOME

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nobody
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2010-11-11
2010-11-11
Anonymous
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How to run on GNOME, instead of KDE? It's possible?
Any alternatives?

Discussion

  • I am confused. What is the issue? It always was possible to
    run GNOME applications in KDE and KDE applications in a GNOME
    environment. Even the look and feel nowadays is the same.
    So in your GNOME terminal, type "kcachegrind". It should work,
    if you have it installed with dependencies (this only needs KDE
    libraries/runtime, not the whole KDE desktop).

     
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