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Old 09-21-2006, 03:03 PM   #1
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K3B Not able to install

I got the package for k3b, I ran the ./config file; but when I tried to do the make command, the command line seemed to do a loop exiting out of the folders and going back into a folder. I figured to let it run to see what happened, but then I couldn't do a "make install". Any suggestions? I have a theory that the package is courrpted, so if anyone has a link to a trusted k3b package, I'm all ears (or all keys).
Old 09-21-2006, 03:36 PM   #2
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K3b 0.12.10-2.2-i386 is available as an RPM package. I found it at

That site is an official Fedora Core mirror. This package would probably be a lot easier to install than compiling from source.

Compiling applications from raw source from the developers is always a pain. Let the distro developers work out the dependencies and paths whenever possible.

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