Originally Posted by jepong
what i mean non-KDE apps is programs not written using QT. Example... hmmmm... i don't really know... errr.... SELinux? is it written in QT?
You are mistaken. Qt is not KDE ! Qt, like gtk, is a tool to build a graphical interface.
A non-KDE application is for me an application that does not depend on KDE libraries. And you can have applications written in Qt or gtk that are not desktop specific, like Gimp for instance.
SELinux is written in C, and does not need a graphical interface to work. It is just more convenient to have one, which is again not desktop specific.