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Hi i downloaded kde 3.3 off of kde.org and every time i install kde 3.3 base package for suse 9.1 yast gives me an error but i skip it and ...
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    Hmmmmm kde 3.3 wont work....


    Hi i downloaded kde 3.3 off of kde.org and every time i install kde 3.3 base package for suse 9.1 yast gives me an error but i skip it and install any way then when i reboot suse and log back in there is nothing, just the found newhard for my mouse and the tip thingy comes up. the error says sum thin about iloadiou or what ever it is.

    Should i download the one from suse site for kde 3.3 or what?

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    I can tell yuo how to download it though YaST, but I'm not at home right now (only M$ in school), I'll post howto later;

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    i don't think that kde3.3 is available to downloa through yast..what errors do you get?
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    To update to KDE 3.3 in suse do the following:

    1. yast -> Change Source of instalation -> add http

    server name ftp.uni-kl.de
    directory on server /pub/linux/suse/i386/supplementary/KDE/update_for_9.1/yast-source

    -> OK, and finnish

    2. Close down Yast

    3. enter YaST -> system update, update of KDE should be in the list of updates -> click next, kde should update, finnish the install (this can take a few hours)

    4. Close YaST, and then restart the computer, or restart X;

    hope this helps;

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