Re: Before I install KDE 3.1.1....
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On Saturday 19 April 2003 06:33 am, email@example.com wrote:
> Hi, (admin. newbie)
> I have woody installed on my machine and everything works like a dream.
> It is very stable, so I don't want to switch to sid or sarge yet... BUT,
> I've finally worked up the courage to install KDE 3.1.1. My question is:
> will this screw up apt-get and aptitude when I use it for other packages?
> In other words, will it complain / give me problems if there's a version
> of KDE that is not supported by woody?
There are KDE 3.1.1 packages available. AFAIK, read it here on this list,
they are: compatible with Woody, and upgradeable to future versions of
official Debian packages. I can say I use them and have no complaints. The
upfgradeable part will have to wait until KDE hits testing.
Hopefully this is the appropriate source. The list archive has more info.
deb http://download.us.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/latest/Debian/ woody main
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