unstable KDE situation?
I am running pure unstable, with KDE 2.1. I know that KDE 2.2 is currently
making its way into unstable. I'm looking forward to upgrading, but I can't
afford a complete KDE crash and burn at the moment.
Is it safe to upgrade? I know it takes 10 days for the packages to clear.
When I try to do my apt-get dist-upgrade, I get the following:
Calculating Upgrade... Done
The following packages will be REMOVED:
abbrowser aktion ark kab karm kcalc kcharselect kchart kcron kde-designer
kdebase-crypto kdebase-libs kdelibs3 kdelibs3-crypto kdepasswd kdevelop kdf
kdm kedit keystone
kfind kfloppy kformula kghostview khexedit kiconedit killustrator kit kivio
kjots klisa kmail
kmix kmoon knewsticker knode knotes koffice-libs konqueror konsole
korganizer korn koshell
kpackage kpaint kpm kpresenter kscd kscreensaver ksirc kspread ksysctrl
ksysv ktalkd ktimemon
ktron ktux kuser kview kweather kword libkmid libkonq3 libqt-dev pixie
The following NEW packages will be installed:
73 packages upgraded, 1 newly installed, 69 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Need to get 43.8MB of archives. After unpacking 118MB will be freed.
Needless to say, I don't want to remove all of KDE. I've been following the
thread, and I know that KDE 2.2 is making its way into unstable.
How can I tell when KDE will be upgradeable using only unstable? Is it ready
Thanks . . .