On Mon, Mar 04, 2002 at 11:46:47AM +0100, Paolo Ulivi wrote: > I recompiled the whole suite of KDE 2.1 on a Potato system, just > to add K6 optimizations (I must be crazy...) for a low-end machine. Score -10 from the start. Use 2.2 packages, I suggest. > I used the standard (so I think) commands: > > dpkg-source -x ... > dpkg-buildpackage -b -us -uc > > And installed them all with dpkg -i. > > But now all that packages are marked to be upgraded, I must put them > on (H)old with dselect or apt-get will try to replace them with the > original debs any time I use it. What am I missing off ? Since KDE has an epoch, you must version it as 4:2.1.x-y. You also have to edit debian/rules to enable the optimizations. Cheers! :) d -- Daniel Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> <Joy> hmm, someone remind me, what's the English term for startup lag? <netgod> "netscape effect"
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