I just finished a reinstall of my Oss 11.1 KDE3 after a motherboard
change. It was painful, to say the least.
I had a live DVD Oss 12.1 KDE3. I tried it again. I forgot why I have
not used it before! During the "live" experiencing, I tried to import my
emails KMail and everything was almost fine. It is possible that I
immediately rejected this distribution, because the network was not
installable. Indeed, it lacks a "bridge-utils" package. I downloaded it
with my 11.1, then tried to install it with yast once this 12.1 restarted,
but nothing did. Please, how to do?
Else, how to run 64-bit KDE3 with a similar distribution 12.1 (as I
guess it runs in 32-bit), or is there a simple way to install KDE3 and KDE3
only with a newer distribution yet?
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