Re: Thinking of trying out the KDE 3.2 CVS packages.
Depends on how your config files are. If you use absolute paths, then you'll
have some problems upgrading directly from your .kde-3.2b2 (or whatever)
files. But you can always copy these files over to your .kde directory
On Tuesday 04 November 2003 02:15 pm, Brad Cramer wrote:
> 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?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Antiphon [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 4:02 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> 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
> 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
> > Doug