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    As far as I was informed KDE 3.5 should be included in the Fedora 6 Core dvd I downloaded and installed

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    I'm gonna reinstall Fedora, where do I choose to install KDE??? I never seen this option and have ran it 3 times now....

    Thanx for the fast responses btw!

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    Why not go ahead and put your head down and learn how to install it without re-install. I bet you will feel better about your abilities once your donw. It is more rewarding IMO. And make mistakes. make a bunch of them, because it is when you learn how to fix them; that is when your actually learning. ;o)

    I would download the RPM file and install using rpm. There is an installation GUIDE on their website.
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    I don't understand the guide and can't find an rpm installation, don't even know what to look for.

    Thanx for your help, hope I'll figure it out.

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