Re: KDE3 alpha .debs around?
This is fine if you want to do this, but I am of the opinion that putting up
KDE3 now is superfluous work since it is on the verge of its stable release.
I think if we wait a little longer, we would benefit more since we will
eventually have to compile that anyway and compiling takes a while.
On Tuesday 26 February 2002 12:29 am, Daniel Stone wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2002 at 11:28:08PM +0000, Kyle Gordon wrote:
> > On Mon, 2002-02-25 at 22:42, Tomas Pospisek's Mailing Lists wrote:
> > > not much heard about KDE3.deb lately. Are there any KDE3
> > > alpha/experimental debs around? Until last time when I worked upstream
> > > on karm Ivan's alpha stuff did fine for me, but that's no longer the
> > > case it seems.
> I have experimental .deb's which do not work. Everything segfaults on
> load, I'm going to check this out, but it could be due to a botched
> local qt3 install.
> > > I'd really could use *any* quality of KDE-head debs, I only need to be
> > > able to aproximately compile and start some stuff to check features
> > > etc. It doesn't have to be anything near perfect or stable.
> Give me 24 hours or so.
> > I'm new to the list, so forgive me if I ask silly questions :-p
> > On a related note to Tomas' post, I noticed KDE3 (well, the splash
> > screen at least :-) went into the unstable release a few weeks ago, but
> > as of yet there has been no further updates. Is this normal practice, or
> > does KDE take a little bit longer to settle in with Debian??
> KDE3 is not in unstable, and won't be for some time.
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