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Re: KDE and "testing"


I just did it today. It is very easy to add the single word to your
sources 'beta'. I used apt-get and was a little mystified to see that 
EVERYTHING kde was removed and nothing was added  :)  So, off to dselect
land and reselected the 2.1 packages and it did it's trick. I Missed some
stuff the first pass and when back to it again.  I really like it though!
The look and feel works WAY WAY better and I finally have an appropriate
startup sound file :) 

Games didn't come back and I'm gonna post a message about that next.

my pain rating for this is .1 out of a possible 5 :)


On Tuesday 09 January 2001 13:03, Patrick K Notz wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm considering moving from 'potato' to 'testing' but I thought I
> should see if anyone would like to share their experiences with KDE
> and 'testing' (or even just 'testing').  Also, what are the
> appropriate sources.list lines that one should use for the KDE
> packages that go with 'testing'?  (I know KDE is to be a part of
> woody, and hence testing, but I didn't know if that was in place yet.)
> Thanks - pat


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