RE: konquerer won't run ...
Take a look at the debian-kde list to stay on top of all this. Last night
Ivan was uploading version 2.0.1, and I believe that included ssl support on
konqueror (although I'm waiting a few days until it all stabilises)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rick [SMTP:email@example.com]
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> To: Adam Shand
> Cc: Debian User List
> Subject: Re: konquerer won't run ...
> I just did this last night for the purpose of promoting debian to my gf.
> To do so, they say to add
> deb http://kde.tdyc.com potato main crypto optional qt1apps
> or the miror
> deb http://kde.rap.ucar.edu potato main crypto optional qt1apps
> to your /etc/apt/source.list---but I needed to append /debian to the URL,
> and didn't use the words crypto, optional, or qa1apps (but never tried
> After that, apt-get update, then I believe I did
> apt-get install kdebase konqueror konsole
> and startx startkde
> after terminating xdm. The new KDE is pretty and crisp, but I really like
> note, this is as I recall so there may be a few tweaks or such
> required...check the ftp site for filenames and directory structure.
> have fun
> Adam Shand writes:
> > i just tried to switch from windowmaker (which i've been using for
> > years) to kde2. i did:
> > # apt-get install task-kde
> > # echo "startkde" > ~/.xsession
> > # startx
> > when i run kde most things won't run and i get a lot of segfaults. when
> > open the control panel there's nothing in there. no modules, no icons.
> > when i try and run konquerer (really the reason i'm trying kde cause i'm
> > sick of netscape) it won't even start.
> > is this something that has a known fix? i'm running a mostly woody
> > (it was pototo but large chucks of it have been upgraded as needed).
> > adam.
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