Re: kde 3.3.x
On Friday 10 December 2004 18:16, Adeodato Simó wrote:
> * Frederik Dannemare [Fri, 10 Dec 2004 14:05:32 +0100]:
[ snip ]
> > If "comprehensive partial upgrade testing" is doing something else,
> > please let us know so we can help in getting 3.3.x (I see 3.3.2 is
> > out upstream) shipped with Sarge.
> if you read the link above (and, perhaps, this other thread )
> you'll see that we don't need partial upgrades testing since we
> don't let mixed versions happen in sarge.
>  http://lists.debian.org/debian-release/2004/11/msg00154.html
> otoh, it would be helpful to install kdelibs 3.3 in a sarge machine
> (or the full kde 3.3, even better) and test that the rest of
> non-official applications (e.g., k3b, kaffeine, digikam, showimg,
> kvim, kile, gwenview, konserve and a lot more) still do work
> that's certainly an area in which anybody interested in seeing kde
> 3.3 in sarge can help.
kaffeine (which I have used a lot the last couple of days), gwenview,
showimg, kvim (all are from testing) seem to behave without problems
with KDE 3.3.1 from unstable.
I can't seem to find my darn camera ->PC USB cable so I cannot test
digikam extensively, but at least it doesn't seem to misbehave in any
way when merely starting the application and poking around with its
I'll get to test k3b very soon. That is, as soon as I reboot - my cdr
device has had serious problems with kernels from since 2.6.7. Even the
very latest 2.6.8-10 cannot cope with DMA being enabled on my cdr
device and ide1 gets defunct. Thus, no way to acces hdc/hdd, until I
reboot and disable DMA on the cdr device.
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