Re: Problem: live-build web-frontend "lenny + kde-core"
On Monday 20 December 2010 17:34:20 Richard Nelson wrote:
> >> Not sure, but I personally would just use squeeze.
> > Me too...... But I prefer Lenny to install on my netbook, it's more
> > lighter than squeeze.
Lighter in what sense?
KDE 4 has a (meta-)package kde-plasma-netbook, which is at the 'same level' as kde-plasma-desktop,
but then .... more suited to netbooks. Might be interesting in your case.
KDE 4/plasma was made with various form factors in mind (besides desktop), unlike KDE 3.x which only
And probably also relevant in your use case, the 'infrastructure' (network-/power-management, etc)
has changed/improved significantly from Lenny/KDE3 to Squeeze/KDE4.
And in case you didn't know, KDE 3 is dead. Meaning no new versions will come available, the
applications are quite old and won't be updated, etc.
> If you do not need a cdrom iso, try making a usb build. I think that will
Unless there's a if/then construct for the kde-core package in the webbuilder, I don't see why
changing the output type would solve anything. Or am I missing something?