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Old 05-30-2003, 02:55 AM   #1
rmartine
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Angry RedHat 8.0 with Kde 3.1 and Mosfet


Hey all. I have KDE 3.1 installed using Red Hat 8.0. I got it using the apt-get method which worked great... sort of..

Liquid 0.9.6pre4 compiled and installed successfully as I seem to be able to use it. It's an option in Kcontrol's Style and Window Decoration sections. The problem is that I can't configure it properly....according to Mosfet. There isn't an option called "Mosfet's Liquid" in Kcontrol's Appearance and Themes section, like there is supposed to be.

Mosfet didn't include any support for distros that "broke" KDE. I think Mandrake users are in the same boat as I am.

If anyone knows where I can download a hack to make it work or tell me what I'm doing wrong that would be great.

 
  


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