Bug#532604: closed by Armin Berres <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Re: Bug#532604: KDE 4:3.5 -> KDE 4:4.2 - failed upgrade)
Well, bug is closed, it is not a bug...
Finally I had to remove the stopped packages, and then I could continue
with upgrade to KDE4.
It was definetely bad experience to be not sure, how much
will be lost, even in "testing" standards.
After some fights I have installed the minimal KDE.
First impression: kdm does not accept my login, after switching to gdm I
After any migration - backup procedure, I could discover, that user
interface is like modern Windows...
Is it really no way out from this mess?
Can I get old menu system back?
Or just not to use KDE any more?
~; Yes, I know, there are many alternative window
,/' |\ \, Uff... Thanks for reply...
,/' | | \ There are just my complaints...
,/' | | | Greetings
/_____,,,'-----/ Basia Glowacka
On Wed, 10 Jun 2009, Debian Bug Tracking System wrote:
This is an automatic notification regarding your Bug report
which was filed against the kdebase-bin package:
#532604: KDE 4:3.5 -> KDE 4:4.2 - failed upgrade
It has been closed by Armin Berres <email@example.com>.
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