Yes, I had some minor conflicts for SuSE 10.0, but none that could not
be resolved. I did use Yast for the entire update, and I only loaded
the SuSE recommended KDE base rpms located at
Here are the ones I had trouble with (minor) and what I did...
glib2-doc-2.8.5 The latest version I could load/find was 2.8.1-3 on
my SuSE CD by default and the latest I could find on the SuSE site.
libakode-mad-2.0.0 Yast kept coming up with a conflict that libmad.so.0
was not in the package. I searched on the net and found others had a
similar problem. The solution was to load from Packman
mod-0.15.1b-1.pm.0.i586.rpm for SuSE 10.0
Other than this it went smoothly. In loading the individual packages, I
did have to follow a load order to stop conflicts. For example, I had
to load qt3-3.3.5 as the very first package, and then kdelibs3-3.5.1 as
All in all it went rather smoothly. I did this earlier today, and so
far everything seems to be working smoothly. If there are any problems,
I've not encountered them yet. The packages loads went smoothly, I thought.
Randall R Schulz wrote:
On Thursday 09 February 2006 13:43, Duane Tash wrote:
I just installed it on SuSE 10.0 today with no difficulties and it
appears to be working perfectly.
What, if any, conflicts did you have to deal with? I'm holding off
waiting either for those conflicts to be resolved with new or added
packages or for others to report how they dealt with the
inconsistencies currently present in the package set held in the
Richard Bos wrote:
> Did somebody already install kde-3.5.1? How is it compared to
> 3.5.0, that I'm running now? Any trouble or just install and all
> is working better? Looking forward to your feedback!
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