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Where are my kde headers?

I'm running debian testing on a apple powerbook and try to configure
kmldonkey and kxine, both complain about a wrong prefix and that they
don't find KDE headers, where are mine?
I tried to configure --prefix=/etc/kde3 but that's not what they are
looking for...
Or do I have to have installed an extrapackage for those headers?
Please tell me that I don't have to 'cause they are propably broken on
ppc (like kadmin...)



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