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Old 10-28-2002, 05:32 PM   #1
Registered: Sep 2002
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updating to kde 3.1 beta2

How do I update to KDE 3.1 beta 2...I try reading the info at I look at stable versions, like 3.0.4...I see Red Hat on the ftp, I get 8.0, and then I see all the rpm files...some are programs yet others are necessary I can I tell which things I need? Also is there a way other than downloading all the rpms individually..for example using Red Hat's Update Agent or something?

In the beta 2 download thing, there is no red hat, which should I use then?

what's the command to log out of xserver? Kinda dumb question but I forgot, and I need to log out to install glx for my nvidia card...thanks


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