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WOOT! Just got finished installing it on my desk top. Got to say I love the addition of the Google search in my Konqueror toolbar as well as the new setup tab in the Control Center for my Samba Server. Cant wait to see what happens with 4.0. Time to go back to playing with my new install to see what other goodies are at my disposal.
Last edited by HenchmenResourc; 08-20-2004 at 03:21 AM.
i've never used slack.. but here's what i found, maybe this will help:
Unofficial Slackware-10.0 packages
If you have any problems with installing this release, please send an e-mail to
Jean-Christophe Fargette : firstname.lastname@example.org
Installation (For people that doesn't want to read the Slackware documentation...)
First remove the old packages with the "pkgtool" utility. There are all the kde* packages, arts, qt, kdevelop, quanta and koffice.
Then install the new packages with pkgtool or installpkg with_package_name.tgz
I'm upgrading to KDE 3.3 using Konstruct. I'm using Libranet 2.8.1. And i get this error. You're missing the bzip2 development files. I tried apt-get install bzip2-dev and bzip2-devel but they aren't packages. can you guys help me out? Will libranet do rpms?