Re: kdelibs4-dev on woody
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On Wednesday 12 Feb 2003 09:45, Laurent Rathle wrote:
> Le Mercredi 12 Février 2003 01:28, Ralf Nolden a écrit :
> > You should use a standard woody and standard woody debs. Out of my
> > experience, knoppix is fine as long as you just use what it's on it. It's
> > not technically clean-made in a way that it a) gives you a proper system
> > identical to a woody installation b) therefore doesn't really admit
> > updating and reinstalling parts of the installation.
> I didn't expres myself correctly :-). I don't have Knoppix anymore. It's a
> standard woody. I've installed kdelibs without problem, but I can't install
> kdelibs4-dev because of libartsc0-dev and a lot of other softwares. The
> only way to install kdelibs4-dev is to fetch it from unstable. And then, I
> can't install kdenetwork, kdemultimedia, ... anymore.
If you are running plain woody, you should use the debs from kde.org and/or
from ktown.kde.org/~nolden. And you should probably remove unstable from your
sources.list or use apt-pinning to tell apt what sources you want to install
If you are running sid, you may have to either wait a couple of days for
kdenetwork etc, or install if from the maintainers source
See the FAQ (http://www.davidpashley.com/debian-kde/faq.html) or the
#debian-kde on Freenode for more.
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