reply to post by Pimander
Hello, friend. I run Fedora 16 KDE myself. Fedora is for people who really like to take time and set up their desktop, and here are a few things you
should know. When you begin the install, choose "Encrypt Hard Drive," and "Review" then on "Home," and "Swap," click "Edit" and encrypt
those partitions too. Choose on;y the KDE desktop, forget Gnome unless you are into torture. After the install, when you get to the Log In screen,
choose "KDE" from the session manager, Gnome is in the script by default. Set Power Options, configure screensaver, and go into the Forum for advice
on how to do things. I will be happy to answer any question you may have.
Welcome to the Penguin Club.