C-A_99 wrote:Xubuntu (forgot which version, probably 12.04) and Kubuntu 12.10: Neither do the job.
OpenSUSE: Never got to test it on multi monitors actually. Plus I'm really not used to the different commands.
C-A_99 wrote: Looks like Mint's a great distro to settle in, but that's also hard to say when I've only used it for about an hour. (Although if I liked it that much after such short usage, why not?)
KDE is also not picking up the super key (Windows icon key) out of the box, while Cinnamon is.
NovusBogus wrote:My Linux box at work runs RHEL+KDE and two monitors and it just worked out of the box, maybe give Fedora or CentOS a try.
C-A_99 wrote: Linux Mint with Cinnamon is working great!
I agree completely, except when it comes to gaming. I get a few extra FPS in Xbuntu-desktop. However, if you're not running a crappy card like me, you should be fine in Unity. It's so awesome, my wife won't use OS X or Windows any more, and she is far from even being a "power user."End User wrote:I think Unity is bloody fantastic.
C-A_99 wrote:Looks like XFCE is out of the question for me. I want to be able to just unplug the laptop from the display device when done, not run a script and then unplug it. If I forget to run the script, I'd have to run back up to the display device to plug back in so that I can even access it. (That is, if I'm set to display only, or if something's getting clipped off.) I actually encountered a problem with this one time, where I was giving a presentation for school and had to use the projector, but I unplugged without doing the configurations first, and had to reboot to get the desktop back.
cphite wrote:I use Mint 14...
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