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RE: KDE and libart-2.0-2

My understanding is that KDE 3.2 is still in unstable, 3.1 testing and 2.2 in Stable. How you got 3.2 on a stable system is a bit weird. (But then I've never used deselect).

LIBART-2.0-2 and LIBPNG3 is available in all however. So best bet might be to
apt-cache update
apt-get install libart-2.0-2 libpng3

I assume that you are updating off a internet mirror (KDE 3.2 can't be on the woody disks). If the apt-get install says it can't find the packages run the apt-setup (or edit the sources by hand) and choose a different mirror. (something usefull is maybe a cat of /etc/apt/sources.list)

Of course if you are really now in unstable you should perform an
apt-get dist-upgrade
But you should really consider if you want to be running in unstable first.

Be warned though I am a young hand in debian

From: "Jorge" <jmontoya@adam.es> To: <debian-kde@lists.debian.org> Subject: KDE and libart-2.0-2 Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2004 19:11:45 +0200


I have installed Debian 3.0 rev2. Everything seemed ok. As default the system comes with KDE 2.2.2. I just want to upgrade to KDE 3.2.1. My problems comes when using DSELECT to upgrade to KDE 3.2.1 the system says that LIBART-2.0-2 and LIBPNG3 are not installable. If KDE 3.2.1 is stable why there are such libraries not available??? Where can i get them??? How to install them??? If DSELECT can no find a library how to work around that???

Thanks in advance

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