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Old 02-24-2005, 07:29 AM   #1
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K3b FC2

I have got FC2, and I want to install K3B , Are there any detailed steps to do that ?

Do I need to install any dependencies?I tried to do googling but I could not get any complete details.
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Rep: Reputation: 31 will give you a list of repositores, add these to yum.conf then in a terminal type yum install k3b.
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...or just download all the dependencies from the K3B site as .tar.gz's and do

tar zxvf archivename.tar.gz
make install

on all of them, then do the same for K3B itself.


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