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I finished installing Fedora Core 3 and have the Gnome and KDE desktops as part of the system. When I start the KDE desktop, I get the bluecurve-like version of KDE rather than the vanilla version that is available on other Linux distros. What is the best way to get/install the vanilla version of KDE on Fedora? Thanks.
I went to the KDE website and downloaded the konstruct script to help with the installation. The script exited with an Error 2 message citing the qt-X11-free-3.3.3 system compiler was not supported. Besides downloading each binary separately, is there another automated means for my being able to install 'vanilla' KDE on a Fedora Core 3 system? Thanks.