Yes, that is safe. I have gnome, kde and xfce installed in parallel. The only issue I am facing is that when I switch between the desktops the default applications are not following. If I have eog as the default app for pictures in gnome and I switch to xfce, then xfce also uses eog as default image viewer. But other than that the parallel installation of the DE’s works fine.
The p mentioned by @flyingcakes suggests the statistical interpretation.
In my case P(E) suggests probability of the event; which according to him roams around either SSD or HDD, but his belief is for SSD. If I consider both situation independent of each other, since I think I can place the boot loader in any one of them at a time, then probability of happening of each event should be 1.
Guys I finally installed kde parallel to xfce.
But when ever I login into kde it ask me to enter to enter password to mount some partition(before getting into the desktop).the heading of the prompt is like policykit kde daemon…
What is this?
And also whenever I open brave browser the given prompt shows.and also my account gets logged out in brave everytime.and i when I login to kde it shows the loading screen and then nothing happens for getting kde desktop to see I need to open tty and close it.please help
I agree with this, I was very rigorous doing it.
I also had a common home folder that had all the download files, documents, pictures etc and had to symlink those folders every time I created a new user.
There were also some permission issues for some files/folder and I had to run scripts to change permissions.
Yup definitely isn’t just works and I had to learn a lot to set it up and manage it. This was my alternative to distrohopping.