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Old 03-24-2006, 08:58 AM   #1
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Question KPlato Install Issues - Dependencies?

Just discovered KPlato and looks like it may be just what I was
looking for as a MS Project replacement.

However, wondering if there's an easy way to get KPlato up and running on my laptop running Debian/KDE.

I found the KPlato in the Debian experimental section, downloaded it and
installed it. Then went and tried installing the other various packages

But with many of the packages I get error messages when trying to install them that they in turn depend on other packages that aren't installed so it won't install the package I was trying to install!.....

Hopefully, you get the idea....

So, wondering is there a simpler way for a Linux noob like me to get Kplato installed and working???

Or is there another similar app that is easy to install??

Thanks for any and all suggestions.


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