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anyone can help how to upgrade to kde 3.4??? i downloading the rpm from kde.org and then....what must i do?...
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    help with upgrading kde 3.3 to 3.4 in LE 2005


    anyone can help how to upgrade to kde 3.4???
    i downloading the rpm from kde.org
    and then....what must i do?

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    which rpm did you d/l

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    i download from kde.org which rpms for mandriva

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    im having trouble with this too i d/l rpms and they said i was missing dependencies or it said failed dependencies what does yours say btw i only had a little problem installing the tar.gz files

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    try using urpmi... online update

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    it just gives me
    Code:
    [root@localhost downloads]# urpmi online update
    The following packages contain online:
    mdkonline
    mdkonline-backend
    [root@localhost downloads]# urpmi mdkonline
    Everything already installled
    [root@localhost downloads]# urpmi mdkonline-backend
    Everything already installed
    [root@localhost downloads]#
    know what to do / any other ideas p.s. mandrake's site is down so there wont be any access to any of the stuff they have going

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    try urpmi kde
    Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexK
    try urpmi kde
    what do u mean?

    Code:
    urpmi kde
    do u mean write the code?

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    What I meant is to enter as root into the terminal:
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    urpmi kde
    then download the kde libs and kdebase. However, best way is to download an rpm and install it with an:
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    rpm -iv kde-3-4.rpm
    Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.

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    make sure u install arts first then second libs and run ldconfig as root then you can add the last of the necessities kdebase after that install the rest of packages.rpm

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