RE: Thinking of trying out the KDE 3.2 CVS packages.
Any advantages/disadvantages to doing it this way (with Konstruct) instead
of using the CVS debs from http://opendoorsoftware.com/cgi/http.pl?p=kdecvs
Just wondering which one would be easier to switch from when KDE leaves beta
as far as maintaining settings and such?
From: Antiphon [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 4:02 PM
Subject: Re: Thinking of trying out the KDE 3.2 CVS packages.
No need to not give in! You can run both versions of KDE on a single machine
by using the very accessible Konstruct application. You can even set it up
use a different .kde directory as well. To uninstall, all you have to do is
delete the package directory and the source directory.
On Monday 03 November 2003 03:15 pm, Doug Holland wrote:
> On Sun 02 Nov 2003 7:07 pm, Antiphon wrote:
> > Most things are relatively stable though Konqueror will crash
> > occasionally, esp. on sites with Flash or Java so turn those off if you
> > want stability. Even though things in general run faster, Orth's debs do
> > not have the debugging options turned off so there will be some slowdown
> > there.
> > The new KMail is the biggest improvement IMO. Finally the threading
> > works." and IMAP is improved.
> > For some apps, you won't be able to go back to your old .kde settings so
> > make sure and back it up if you ever want to go back.
> And now the KDE 3.2 beta is out. The bells and whistles doth tempt me. :D
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