Note that Granular Linux has not put out a new stable release based on Unity Linux, since Unity Linux itself has not made a release yet. This means that the rpmfind listing doesn't apply to the present stable Granular Linux ISO. However, a preview alpha demonstrating a KDE-only desktop environment has been released yesterday. It is meant for Unity Linux testers, and most definitely NOT for everyday users to play with.
Here is his notice:
KDE 4.3 is ready and available in Granular repository. I'll shortly
commit the source changes to the Unity SVN repo as well. But those of
you wanting to try out the shiny new KDE release without getting into
installation hassles of any kind, I have prepared a KDE-only Unity
ISO, based on 0.99 Alpha 2 release.
This ISO contains KDE 4.3 as the only DE; no Openbox. Although I
didn't get enough time to make sure it contains a clean KDE
environment, as far as I've tested, it works just fine. It contains
all the KDE packages as required by "task-kde4-minimal". Granular repo/
channel is also added to the smart channel list, with a priority
higher than Unity's. But you can change it any time. It also contains
Firefox and Amarok, and can play multimedia as well. :)
I hope you have a nice experience with it. Let me know how it goes.
Get it here (460 MB):
Drop by the mailing list if you have feedback:
The Granular Linux head Anurag Bhandari continues to work with our internal Unity Linux alphas so that he can release Granular Linux as soon as Unity Linux goes stable. I do know that TinyME is also doing the same.
Keep in mind that a bunch of us are using Unity Linux as our primary operating environment. While Anurag has chosen to release an alpha publicly, which was quite a surprise to me, the Unity Linux core has not publicly available yet because some significant effort needs to be made to make it compatible with more hardware and to stabilize our choice and configuration of software. For example, there has been some recent discussion on changing the way applications are organized in the repository and menu.