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I had the same problem, it wanted to remove some KDE packages just to install the kdelibs3 and two other packages it wanted. I just used the following source. deb ...
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  1. #31
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    I had the same problem, it wanted to remove some KDE packages just to install the kdelibs3 and two other packages it wanted. I just used the following source.

    deb http://people.debian.org/~njordan/stable binary/

    It worked fine useing that source.
    I am not sure what it wanted to do because it looks like like I know have the kdelibs4 and kdelibs3 both installed.

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    I see. Did you use 'apt-get dist-upgrade'? I'm pretty sure that takes care of the problem. Still, I don't comfortable having both kdelibs3 and kdelibs4. I guess I'll stick to KDE2 for now. The only thing I hate about it is that it uses QT2 which causes problems with copying and pasting in X. Other than that, I pretty much like KDE2.
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    Yeah, I have got to sort out some dependancy problems. I am going to remove just about all non essential software and then upgrade everything to sid. At the moment I have bits and pieces from everywhere.

    KDE 2 is just as good as 3, the only difference I have noticed is the cosmetic changes.

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