Re: KDE Live can be installed without creating a regular user - correct/wrong?

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On Tue, Oct 25, 2022 at 10:25 AM Troy Dawson <tdawson@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I believe this is part of the fundamental difference between KDE and GNOME.
> GNOME locks you into things and you have no control over alot of things.
> KDE allows you much for flexibility and lets you create your machine your way.

This is, IMO, less about the philosophy of the upstream projects and
more about what Fedora wants to present to our users. The question is
"does Fedora want to support creating root-only installations via the
KDE Plasma live image's normal installation path?" (Wording
intentionally specific to acknowledge the fact that other mechanisms,
e.g. kickstart, exist)

This is an area where it makes sense for a distro to be opinionated,
even if that opinion is divergent from upstream.

Ben Cotton
He / Him / His
Fedora Program Manager
Red Hat
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