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Re: Which KDE 3.1 source should I choose

On Tuesday 04 March 2003 10:19 pm, Roland Wegmann wrote:
> Hello
> I am going to install KDE 3.1. Now there are two possibilities to
> install binaries, that are compatible with a ppc system (as far as I
> know). The first one are binaries from
> 'dep http://download.kde.org/stable/3.1/Debian stable main' and the
> second one are the  binaries of sid.
> Further I have seen the version of kde.org uses gcc-2.95-* (the gcc I
> use at the moment). Which version of gcc use KDE 3.1 from unstable.
> At the moment I am running testing.
> What are the are the pros and cons of each source?
> It would be nice you could give me some tips.
> Thanks a lot, Roland
> rowe_gnu@gmx.net

I think the Woody packages from KDE.org work with a Testing system. I would 
un-install a previous version of KDE(2.2) if you have it installed. The Sid 
packages 'won't' work in Testing without doing a dist-upgrade to Sid.
Greg Madden

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