Fun fact: it's 2020 and every major Linux distro still doesn't mount any non-system partition at login. You have to manually add it to fstab, which requires root access. If you don't all your files on other drives will disappear every reboot until you go click on them in the file manager. Genius usability.

@animeirl true, but it automounts those as well

@mia KDE is ahead of the curve on that one, then. Now they just need to figure out how to make system components stop randomly crashing

@animeirl it’s been pretty stable for me on opensuse (tumbleweed).

it does have a lot of rough edges though, can’t deny that

@mia @animeirl may I ask xou which font do you use? It looks nice in KDE (at least that menu)
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