[kde-solaris] 32-bit KDE 3.2.1 packages for Solaris 8/9 available
steleman at nyc.rr.com
Tue Apr 13 01:48:33 CEST 2004
Thank You Very Much! :-)
On Monday 12 April 2004 10:08, Yossi Revah wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> I would like to be one of the first people to congratulate
> You on another great release for the KDE solaris group.
> Keep doing great work!
> Did you notice any speedup in KDE 3.2.1, I read that this
> Release should br much speedier than the past.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan Teleman [mailto:steleman at nyc.rr.com]
> Sent: Sunday, April 11, 2004 11:11 PM
> To: KDE Solaris
> Subject: [kde-solaris] 32-bit KDE 3.2.1 packages for Solaris 8/9
> Importance: High
> I am very happy to let everyone know that the 32-bit packages for
> KDE 3.2.1 built with the Sun compilers (Forte 8) are now available
> for download from the usual path:
> [ ... ]/stable/3.2.1/contrib/Solaris/8/
> KOffice 1.3, KDeveloper 3.* and Quanta will follow shortly.
> These packages should work just as fine on Solaris 9. You will
> actually get better font rendering than in Solaris 8, if you take
> the time to play with ttmkfdir and set up the font paths. The only
> things missing will be XRender and Xft2.
> The kderequired-321 package is fully compatible with the 3.1.4
> version of kderequired. You can safely uninstall kderequired-314
> and install kderequired-321, it will not break the 3.1.4 packages.
> There are a few more packages included in the current version of
> kderequired, which are needed by KDE 3.2.1.
> I have not released GnuPG, because i am not sure of its status
> under the strong encryption export restrictions imposed by the US
> Federal Government.
> Please take the time to read the installation instructions. And
> please post any questions here -- i will try to help.
> The mirrors should take a couple of hours to sync.
> Have fun.
Stefan Teleman 'Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition'
steleman at nyc.rr.com -Monty Python
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