On Sun, Mar 10, 2002 at 02:43:35PM -0800, email@example.com wrote: > As far as now installing kde for i386 is concerned: > > You mention that kdegraphics and kdeutils need new uploads. Are there > currently older versions of these packages that exist in the debian apt package > servers that it is ok to install (they will be merely missing the packages > kamera & arc)? kdegraphics and kdeutils do not exist in any usable form in testing. kamera is completely unusable with the new gphoto, and ark *WILL* randomly trash your files. When KDE3 rocks around, my kdenonbeta packages will include karchiver. > What is the best procedure to install kde on a base i386 compatible Sid system > as of now? > > Should one just do "apt-get install kde" (which would make use of an old > kde-meta)? No, meta-kde is currently broken as it depends on packages that don't exist. > Or, should one do an "apt-get install ..." with a string of the available kde > packages? Yes, this is probably the best option. > Is there any order that must be followed in installing these packages? No, because apt resolves dependencies for you. > If installing a string of packages is the best procedure, what specifically is > the suggested string of packages? "kdm konsole konqueror kate noatun kcalc frozen-bubble" should help. You want to play frozen-bubble. You really, really, want to play frozen-bubble. :) d -- Daniel Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> <eMeow-v2> I tried to teach the kids my best, now look what they do: <eMeow-v2> 10:06 * v0id is away: (*b0rk* *b0rk*) [BX-MsgLog On] <sjh> your kids use bx? man disown them *duck* <sjh> next thing you know they will be using slackware too, and leaving notes on the fridge in l337 <eMeow-v2> "d4d, w4 0wn3ed j00r b33r, s0rry" <sjh> g0n3 70 h4nG 47 7h3 m411 <TenBaseT> h4y d4d! w1ll j00 p1ck u5 uP 4ft3r 5k00l? <eMeow-v2> "m0m, c0uld 1 pl33z g0 t0 d1sc0 unt1l t3n 0'cl0ck? d4t w0()ld r0x0r"
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