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You need to do what daark.child said : On Mandriva, go to MCC -> Software Management -> Install Software, search for kdevelop and select it for installation. Or, if that ...
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    You need to do what daark.child said :
    On Mandriva, go to MCC -> Software Management -> Install Software, search for kdevelop and select it for installation.

    Or, if that confused you click on the star on the taskbar then select System ( move the mouse pointer so it hovers over the word System )
    then move across to Configuration tnen move across to Configure your Computer and click on that.
    It will ask for the password for root. Type it in and press enter.

    Click on 'Look at installable Software'.
    When it has finished loading up all possible choices type kdevelop in the search box, click search
    then click each box next to the programs to install.
    Then click on the install button, put your installation DVD in the drive and it will be installed.
    hope that helps,
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    dear bute_man.

    this method dont work

    it gives me no result in all search

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    Quote Originally Posted by amr
    dear bute_man.

    this method dont work

    it gives me no result in all search
    Then click on Look at installed Software and uninstall software packages.
    search again, because it may be that kdevelop is already installed.
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    Cool

    i find an RPM Version :

    kdevelop-3.3.3-0.1.fc4.x86_64.rpm

    what is the action that i must do it ?

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    rpm -ivh kdevelop-3.3.3-0.1.fc4.x86_64.rpm
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    If you did what I said :
    Then click on Look at installed Software and uninstall software packages.
    search again, because it may be that kdevelop is already installed.
    >>>> And it showed the kdevelop software <<<<
    Then You already have it installed. You do not need to install it again.

    Click on the star on the taskbar then select Other Applications ( move the mouse pointer so it hovers over the words Other Applications )
    then move across to Development tnen move across to Development Environmments.
    Move to one of the kdevelop options and click on it.

    By the way, are you very new to computing, not just Linux?
    I ask because you will need to do a lot of searching to find out how to create a program which others will be able to use
    and you seem to be finding it hard to work out how to use the menu system which is really, at least on the surface, very similar to MS Windows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amr
    i find an RPM Version :

    kdevelop-3.3.3-0.1.fc4.x86_64.rpm

    what is the action that i must do it ?
    This rpm is meant for the 64 bit edition of Fedora Core 4. Do not install this rpm on Mandriva. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buteman
    By the way, are you very new to computing, not just Linux?
    dear buteman
    no, i am a very new to linux only .

    in this study year we start to study the Operating sys. <in general> , in my faculity .
    the applecations <specially> in Linux OS.

    but it stell the start .

    So i went to install Linux , but so many years i want to take this action .

    but in my < project subject > in faculity my team work doing an iris recognition program.

    using C++ ;

    i need to make the visual part in linux .

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    Hi,

    kdevelop-3.3.3-0.1.fc4.x86_64.rpm

    what is the action that i must do it ?
    Where did you find this?
    Did you search the web?
    I doubt you found it installed ( although it is possible I suppose ).
    As far as I know Mandriva and Fedora don't install software in quite the same places.

    Did you do this?
    :
    As before run Control Panel navigate to the point where you can click on
    "Look at installed Software and uninstall software packages."
    search again, because it may be that kdevelop is already installed.
    If so then did it show the kdevelop software ?
    If it did then you simply go thru the menu and run kdevelop.

    Norm

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    Lightbulb

    i found it in this Link http://rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/se...query=kdevelop by google

    but i found KXSLDbg by your last explanation in development Environments .


    is it you mean ?

    did you use Kdevelop for Programming ?


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