[kde-freebsd] Call for Testing KDE 4.2 for FreeBSD
dorian.buettner at gmx.de
Mon Feb 2 12:08:57 CET 2009
On Monday 02 February 2009 10:01:10 David Naylor wrote:
> On Sunday 01 February 2009 23:02:28 Martin Wilke wrote:
> > Howdy Guys,
> > The KDE FreeBSD team is happy to announce the first public
> > Call for Testing for KDE 4.2. Over the past weeks we have
> > focused on the complex and very time consuming task to get
> > KDE 4.2 running.
> > Please read UPDATING-area51 before you start your update.
> > To get KDE 4.2:
> > try
> > svn co https://kf.athame.co.uk/kde-freebsd/trunk/area51/
> > /path/to/area51
> > More info here:
> > https://kf.athame.co.uk/access.php
> > - Martin (on behalf of the KDE FreeBSD team)
> I'll get started on testing today. I however have this strange desire to
> use USB2 (the new USB stack introduced to FreeBSD-Current).
> Is KDE4 happy with USB2 (or to be more precise, is hald happy with USB2
> Is there anything special required to compile KDE4 (and all other ports) to
> support USB2? I assume installing with KERNCONF=USB2 is a requirement :-)
> Thanks for the great work, much appreciated.
Ports should also compile on -current, yes. But there actually has been some
rumor on the usb list, that USB2 should merge into current those days, which
doesn't necessarily mean it's activated by default. Just inspect the content
of the <...>/conf dir before building.
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