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  1. #1

    kde-3.4 in *.rpms

    You can get it here:
    &/or here (to complete somme libraries):

  2. #2
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    Mar 2005
    Selimb got the link here:

    Selimb may know it better since he probably did it, but I think all you have to do is moving all the RPMs to a folder, and typing those commands in the commandline (Maybe you better do this outside X, press ctrl+alt+F2 and you should get into the commandline):
    cd /home/user/folder
    rpm -Uvh *
    I dunno about it, but maybe you could set up URPMI to fetch them for you as well.

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