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Re: [SLE] Which KDE 2.2 rpms for SuSE 7.1 are better?
  • From: Bruce Marshall <bmarsh@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 22:46:22 -0400
  • Message-id: <200108210246.f7L2kMu03530@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Monday 20 August 2001 22:42, John W Mislan wrote:
> Hi Paul!
>
> On Mon, 20 Aug 2001, Paul Abrahams wrote:
> > John W Mislan wrote:
> > > I just installed kde 2.2 update from the SuSE-Linuks (kde-service)
> > > yesterday. You will definately need the qt- packs that are in the
> > > 'kde=base' directory, qt.rpm, and qt-extentions.rpm, and the qtlib.rpm,
> > > from the apps directory.
> > >
> > > Then I had no problem, accept for Dcop-server not running messages.
> > > I deleted Dcop, and moved all old kde2-dirs out of root.
> > > Also delete any kde,Dcop stuff in /tmp.
> > >
> > > A bit of jigling, but kde2.2 came up okay then. Running Konqurior,
> > > I got, 'ssl' not found error or something to that effect, but there was
> > > a post on the list here, that probably solves this.
> >
> > I saw something about the ssl problem also. Is that a reason to use the
> > packages at kde.org instead? Or is there a better solution?
> >
> > Paul
>
> I don't know Paul, but I tend to trust SuSE more, you will have to search
> the list here, with mutt, /kde2 /ssl,or whatever, and see what you think.
> Mads, I believe mentioned that suse rpm's were the same, but someone, said
> that ssl was working on their setup with the kde.org rpm's . That could be
> a platform issue , this is why you will have to reserch the list here for
> ben's, and others responces.
>
> We want ssl to work, yes , but for now it wasn't a big problem for me.

SSL on Kongy works just fine with the RPM files from www.kde.org.





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