The big news this month is, of course, . Robert Clipshamand I have both reviewed KDE 4.0 this month. I thought it would befun to review KDE 4.0 from both sides of the fence, me being a KDEuser and Robert being a GNOME user. I have noticed a few quirks withKDE 4.0 but I love KDE and I won't give up on it, but I do hope theyissue updates soon!Out with the old and in with the new? Not so! Step back in time byfollowing our guide to installing OpenTTD. TTD being Transport TycoonDeluxe - a highly addictive transport sim from years ago which I washeavily addicted to on my old 486 PC. Me? Old? Oh yes, I'm oldenough to even remember 386s!Starting this month we have a step-by-step series on creating yourown server. Part one covers the basic installation of Ubuntu Server andin a few months time you will have a fully working and well configuredUbuntu Server. Speaking of which, if anyone out there would like towrite a series of articles on GIMP, please get in touch as it's somethingpeople are always looking to learn.Enjoy the magazine and keep in touch people!Editor, Full Circle Magazineronnie@fullcirclemagazine.org
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