Re: kdelibs4-dev on woody
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On Mittwoch, 12. Februar 2003 21:01, Rene Horn wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 12, 2003 at 01:23:36PM +0100, Ralf Nolden wrote:
> > On Mittwoch, 12. Februar 2003 10:45, 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.
> > tried apt-get dist-upgrade and apt-get -f install ? It should pull all
> > the dependencies.
Well, I don't know what you guys are doing wrong all the time, my repository
is really easy to use. Read http://ktown.kde.org/~nolden/kde/README
> I suspect that Laurent is suffering from the same problem that I'm
> suffering right now. I currently have the official Debian packages from
> kde.org installed on my machine. Those seem to have been compiled with gcc
> 2.95, making them dependent on the old libqt that were compiled with the
> same version. The conflict comes in when we try to install the newest
> version of libqt, which apt tries to do with dist-upgrade, but that results
> in the removal of almost all my installed kde packages because apt is
> trying to install the newest version of libqt. This means that either the
> packages in Nolden's sources, or sid's need to be update to make them look
> newer to apt, or the ones in the official kde.org packages need to be
> deprecated somehow.
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