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In my menu for Development environments I have: KDevelop Multilanguage KDevelop Assistant KDevelop C/C++ KDevelop Designer KDevelop KDE/C++ KDevelop Ruby KDevelop Scripting KXLDbg Don't you have all of them? I ...
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- 09-28-2006 #21
Don't you have all of them?
I only have a 32Bit Processor so do not have the 64Bit software installed.
Perhaps they are not all available for 64Bit environments yet.
- 09-28-2006 #22
i have only in Development environments menue :
my version of Linux is mandriva 2006 free 64-bit 3-cd . Powerback
do you think this is uncomlete version ?
- 09-29-2006 #23
You do appear to have a cut down version. Looking at the Mandriva site it appears that your CD's contain a simple trial version. Try to get a full version.
If you don't find one then, I think, you should stil be able to install an full 32Bit version for now.
Try searching here http://www.mandriva.com/
- 09-29-2006 #24
oh yea !! !! !!
mandriva One Is full ?
and Three cd is trial !
that is amazing .
- 09-29-2006 #25
- 09-30-2006 #26Originally Posted by buteman
- 09-30-2006 #27Originally Posted by daark.child
then it tells you about one CD and 3CD sets. Now I have several versions of Mandriva on DVD
and looking at them they seem to contain far more than I would think can be packed onto 3CD's
so my thought was that development stuff might easily be left out of them as
these could be installed later anyway via easyurpmi/urpmi as you suggested.
Or am I wrong again.
- 09-30-2006 #28Originally Posted by buteman
- 09-30-2006 #29
i can't install kdevelop it gives me an error at the configuration step:
please install Berkeley DB >= 3 and <= 4.1
what can i do ?
i cant install Berkeley DB >= 3
- 09-30-2006 #30Originally Posted by daark.child
Also probably a good proportion of those downloading these would not be interested in the devel packages so it would seem, on the whole, easier to not include them up front.
This web page http://www.mandriva.com/en/community/mandrivaone compares what is available from Windows/Kubuntu/MandrivaOne and there is no mention of programming languages or development environments