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Re: kde1 anyone

For Alpha machines, until such time as kde2 becomes available, yes I
would say keep kde1 debs available if at all possible.

>Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 16:27:55 -0700
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>is there a big need for kde1 debs anymore?  I'm about to setup a couple
>potato boxes (1 x86 and 1 sparc..sparc being a buildd) to start doing all my
>kde builds with...and wanted to find out if I need to do updated kde1 
>debs while I'm at it...
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