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Hi folks, I've been trying to update my KDE 3.2.3 to the KDE 3.3.2 using rpms. So: Control center > Software management > Source management > chose FTP server, a ...
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    Update KDE to 3.3.2 with urpmi. Should be easy. It isn't.


    Hi folks,
    I've been trying to update my KDE 3.2.3 to the KDE 3.3.2 using rpms. So:
    Control center > Software management > Source management > chose FTP server, a fancy name (kde_3.3.2) and added this: ftp://ftp.proxad.net/pub/Distributio...86/media/main/
    There, either the software freezes or says that it's impossible to retrieve hdlist.cz.
    I'm quite sure the server is there...I've tried to check it by opening it with my web browser and the files are there. What does this mean and is there a way I can upgrade my KDE?
    I even tried urpmi.remove -a as to reset my sources but it was no use.

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    I also tried to update my Mandrake10.1 from kde3.2.3 to Kde 3.3.2 using
    #urpmi kde 3.3.2
    but it does nothing just all the file list of kde 3.3.2
    can anyone help me upgrading my kde. i have trying the whole day its 3 in night here n i m gonna sleep now
    hope theres a solution when i wake up tommorow

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    Ok nothing to be done...I'll keep my old 3.2.3 and maybe later I'll download Mandriva 2005.

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