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Where can I download the latest version of KsCD? I've search packman, rpmfind, etc, but can't find anything. The version I currently have is the one that ships with the ...
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    Where can I download the latest version of KsCD?


    Where can I download the latest version of KsCD? I've search packman, rpmfind, etc, but can't find anything.

    The version I currently have is the one that ships with the SuSE 9.3 downloadable CDs.

    Thank you.

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    well, I guess the latest would be from KDE itself.
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    KsCD can be found in the kdemultimedia package
    http://docs.kde.org/development/en/k...to-obtain-kscd

    so I guess it would be
    ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/unstable/3...3.4.90.tar.bz2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vergil83
    well, I guess the latest would be from KDE itself.
    Thanks but I needed the latest stable version. I'm hunting through the FTP tree but if you can find anything, please tell me.

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    If your using SuSE, why not just open up Yast's package manager? Even if your on dial up, one package isn't impossible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qub333
    If your using SuSE, why not just open up Yast's package manager? Even if your on dial up, one package isn't impossible.
    Problem is, I've not been able to get my ADSL USB modem working on Linux. Else I would have run YOU a long time ago. So I need to download via Windows and install in Linux.

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    You can't get KsCD as a single package, it's part of the KDE multimedia package, and the only way to get the latest version is to update to the latest version of KDE.

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