Re: libqt2 libpng2 resolution
On Tue, 8 Jan 2002 15:00:39 +1100, Daniel Stone wrote:
>On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 03:15:00AM +0000, Nick wrote:
>> Can Chris or anyone else who Understands please give a corresponding
>> comment about testing ? I believe the standard wisdom is that
>> testing KDE has been less useful than unstable KDE (though I don't
>> understand why), and I'm just wondering whether that will now change.
>I suggest using the packages from unstable. Migration to testing isn't
>automatic, and KDE packages are being held back due to problems with
>libstdc++3 and such on hppa and arm. Thus the packages are older, such
>as kdenetwork, which is still lacking IMAP support in woody ...
Many thanks for the advice, and for the explanation for why unstable
might have more promising KDE content than testing. I note your
comment in a later thread ("Fresh install of kde from woody") that
I suggest you do the following:
* Install woody from scratch. This works fine.
* Wait 5 days.
* Install KDE from testing - you'll now have *working* KDE 2.2.2.
and I take it you mean in this case that although the resulting KDE
2.2.2 will be working, it may be lacking some features that haven't
made it through from unstable (yet).
I guess the sensible thing to do might be (a) install KDE from
testing, and then (b) update that KDE to the unstable version if
desired things are missing - picking a good "unstable moment" if at
all possible :)
I'll have a go.
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