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[suse-kde] KDE on SuSe 8.0 Pro.
- From: "Herman Kerkhofs" <autostart@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2003 22:03:00 +0100
- Message-id: <000801c2d535$9f7f53a0$02bcefd4@oemcomputer>
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Van: "Herman Kerkhofs" <autostart@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Aan: "Christoph Eckert" <mchristoph.eckert@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Verzonden: zaterdag 15 februari 2003 15:28
Onderwerp: Re: [suse-kde] KDE on SuSe 8.0 Pro.
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> Van: "Christoph Eckert" <mchristoph.eckert@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Aan: <suse-kde@xxxxxxxx>
> Verzonden: vrijdag 14 februari 2003 23:03
> Onderwerp: Re: [suse-kde] KDE on SuSe 8.0 Pro.
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> Am Freitag, 14. Februar 2003 22:29 schrieb Herman Kerkhofs:
> > After i installed the following packages of KDE 3.1:
> > kdebase3
> > kdelibs3
> > qt3
> > qt3-non-mt
> This will not be enough. KDE consists of many more packages.
> You will not get KDE working with some of the other packages,
> I think.
> I found on a website about Linux that these packages is all you need to
> a working KDE, also when I upgraded from 3.0 to 3.0.4 I only installed
> And KDE worked fine only YAST2 could not start in graphical mode, I know
> that you have to install qt3-non-mt to have YAST2 start in graphical mode.
> Wich I did this time. :o)
> > startkde
> Try /opt/kde3/bin/startkde
> But I think that you will miss furtther packages.
> As normal user I get this message:
> bash: /opt/kde3/startkde no such file or directory.
> > yast -i /home/xxx/Documents/<package>.rpm
> You can also use rpm directly:
> rpm -Uhv *rpm
> But you will have to install the single rpms in the right
> order. If you are sure you have all needed packages you can
> try to run
> rpm -Uhv --nodeps *rpm
> _twice_ . This will ensure that lately in the second run every
> package will find all files that will be needed for its
> The problem is not installing the packages, I tryed it first with
> but i get dependencie problems.
> So now I do it this way with YAST2 without dependencie problems. :o)
> The problem is with kdeinit, I found out that it is responsible for
> KDE and for applications in KDE.
> So if you load a application in KDE this is done by kdeinit.
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