Thanks for your feedback, Anders, but....|
Anders E. Andersen wrote:
Surely so.Fra: Riviere Informatique SARL [mailto:email@example.com] The solution is simple: You must use the kdelibs that's available in Debian Stable.What? Surely not!?
This solution worked perfectly for me.
See also the message Adeodato Simó wrote on this list 3 days ago, who states you should use the 3.3.2-6.1 kdelibs, not the 3.3.2-7 version which is proposed as an upgrade in the unstable branch.
That doesn't work. The package structure in unstable is broken for kde. This was the cause of the problem!If you asked me you should use whatever kde packages are available in unstable
I haven't tried this so I cannot comment on it.or even better use alioth packages, and use packages from _testing_
I don't know what is the main cause of the problem. Reversing the kdelibs version according to my instructions worked.to fix dependancy issues. It's probably only libjack, and libaspell that are causing problems.
Thanks.To get KDE 3.4.1 add this line to your sources.list deb http://pkg-kde.alioth.debian.org/kde-3.4.1/ ./
I'll give that a try. Thanks.Don't use dselect. Use aptitude!
Yeah - if you pay attention you won't get into trouble. If you don't, like me, then you have extra work...Once you have a working system, just don't upgrade until KDE 3.4.1 is available in unstable and is working.