Paul Johnson <email@example.com> writes: > On Fri, Feb 14, 2003 at 02:05:37PM -0800, Brian Nelson wrote: >> As for the missing packages (kdenetwork and kdepim, I think), they >> should appear in the archives in the next few days. You'll also need to >> remove libfam0 and anything depending on it before you can install the >> new KDE. > > I thought that was specific to the unofficial versions, which all warn > you in big letters that it is NOT the KDE going into unstable. KDE 2.2 also depends on libfam0. > If everything new conflicts with libfam0, I'd think the maintainers > would set that in the appropriate packages. Yes, libfam0c102 conflicts with libfam0 (debatably so, see bug #181104). What I meant was that the KDE stuff in unstable that has not been upgraded to KDE 3 would have to be removed in order to install the rest of KDE 3, due to the libfam0/libfam0c102 conflict. -- On a scale of 1 to 10? It sucked.
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