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I'm not a Linux Guru, let's just make that clear right now :) But I'm trying to learn as much as I can.
So there is KDE and GNOME, the two "major" desktop environments.
Other distros like Fedora and OpenSUSE don't change their names when difirentiating between GNOME Fedora and KDE Fedora (I think at at least, correct me if I'm wrong).
But the Ubuntu guys have Kubuntu!?! Which is Ubuntu but with KDE?? But it's the same distro??
This is so confusing. Maybe someone can explain it to me... Maybe it has to do with the Ubuntu's "theology".
But if they can do it, I want to coin the term Kopen SUSE :P