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Re: [ANN] KDE 4.2 moving to unstable *this* week

Great to hear that this transition is finally being made.
I realize that they're unsupported, it is anticipated that it will be possible to upgrade directly from the debian-desktop.org backported packages, or would it be better to uninstall those before installing the official packages? Is kaboom triggered by the presence of a .kde4 directory or by already installed kde4 packages?

On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 1:18 PM, Ana Guerrero <ana@ekaia.org> wrote:

Dear users,

KDE 4.2 will move from experimental to unstable this week. We can not tell the
exact day.

If you want to stay with KDE 3.5 start looking at what you update...

If you are updating, do the upgrade out of KDE 3 or after upgrade, restart your
X session. When logging in KDE 4 first time, remember to read carefully "kaboom"
instructions when doing the upgrade.

If you are already using KDE 4, you will have "kaboom" prompting for you too,
again read _carefully_ the instructions.

In short: about kaboom
kaboom is tool for migrating your data and settings from .kde4 back to .kde.,
when needed, and it also offers a backup option. It has been developed for the
Qt/KDE team, so you won't find it in another distros.


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