OK, so I usually prefer to run linux in a virtualmachine lately because there are almost no consequences to making mistakes... and HERE is my best example of late...
So, installed KDE on my laptop Fedora 13 partition because I wanted to use kb3 to burn dvds and then today using Fedora 14 in a virtual machine I thought to myself, "I would like a lighter desktop experience while running linux" and I installed XFCE using
yum groupinstall xfce
All was well in my virtual-Fedora-shire until I discovered that Thunar does not browse network shares the way Nautilus does. I guess the only way to browse samba shares in xfce is through the command line. Bummer. I opened up a terminal and typed:
yum groupremove xfce
Once fiinished I discovered my Fedora 14 virtual machine would not boot. My main learning from this experiment was: don't do that again.
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