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Hi all I am running Slackware10.2 with KDE desktop I am interested in a screensaver (euphoria) that comes with the kdeartwork-3.4.2-i486-2.tgz pkg; but I don't want to install a whole ...
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    Compiling KDE applications seperately


    Hi all

    I am running Slackware10.2 with KDE desktop

    I am interested in a screensaver (euphoria) that comes with the kdeartwork-3.4.2-i486-2.tgz pkg; but I don't want to install a whole pkg just for a screen saver. I looked around in kde-look.org


    http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=3379

    But could not find the source,

    I also want to compile the kmix pkgs (seperately) which comes with kdemultimedia-3.4.2-i486-1; but I don't know how to dig out the source.

    Can anyone help please
    Emon

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    installing a single package > effort compiling

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    sorry...

    I am not yey an expert & did not quite understand what you meant

    Care to elaborate

    Thanks
    Emon

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    You are better off just installing the packages, unless its the whole of kde you need to put on.

    if you compile said code, its best practice to make a package out of it anyway, so you're saving little time and effort by compiling yourself.

    I'd use the packages

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