KDE3 fighting with games or anything 3-D graphics related.
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When I installed KDE3 using the geniussystems packages, dselect thought it
wise to uninstall all my games, including Quake2, Chromium, and just about
everything else that uses 3-D graphics, SDL, or is remotely fun. When I
tried installing KPovModeler, I don't get any 3-D OpenGL views. When I try
to get 3-D screensavers, such as Morph3D or Pipes, they don't work.
OK, so I fire up dselect, and try reinstalling Quake2. No problem, says
dselect, but Quake2 conflicts with every KDE3 package on your system, would
you like me to remove them for you?
I want my KDE3. I also want my 3-D graphics and fun games. I want them both.
On my system at the the same time. How do I do this?
Why do they have to fight with each other?
And no, I don't want to compile it myself, I would rather keep my system and
deb packages consistant, and throwing in your own binaries tends to break
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