[kde-solaris] KDE 3.4.3 Patches and Upgrades
konigd at alum.rpi.edu
Sun Apr 16 14:55:18 CEST 2006
Out of curiosity, are all these patches going to eventually get rolled
into the KDE code base itself? I ask, because I find myself much preferring
to compile all my own stuff (and thus avoiding a special set of dependency
software for each big project like this I install). However, KDE doesn't
compile "out of the box" on Solaris anywhere near as easily as it used to.
(these days I give up after a while)
On Saturday 15 April 2006 5:14 pm, Stefan Teleman wrote:
> I have uploaded the following set of binary patches for KDE 3.4.3
> IA32AMD32 and UltraSPARC-II:
> These patches fix a considerable number of bugs reported here, amongst
> which the Konsole problems on SPARC, as well as the left arrow
> problems in Kate. Also fixed is the spurious Quanta hang on startup
> There are also numerous bugfixes resulting from a Coverity source code
> scan which was run against kdelibs-3.4.3 and kdebase-3.4.3.
> In addition to these (and many other) bug fixes, a number of new
> packages are provided, as an upgrade:
> kssh-0.7 (many thanks to Dr. Heiko Falk for letting me know about it)
> kvpnc-0.8.3 (KDE VPN Client)
> kpogre-1.3.7 (KDE PostgreSQL 7.4.6 front-end)
> KVpnc requires the TUN/TAP Solaris kernel driver, and OpenVPN 2.0.5,
> which are provided as part of this upgrade. After applying the
> patches, the kernel drivers can be found
> in /opt/fsw4sun/OpenVPN-2.0.5/kernel/drv. The drivers must be
> manually installed in /kernel/drv. For IA32AMD32 there are 32-bit and
> 64-bit versions of the TUN/TAP driver. For UltraSPARC-II, only the
> 64-bit version of the driver is provided.
> For information about installing and configuring a Solaris kernel
> driver, please consult the man pages for add_drv(1M), devfsadm(1M)
> and modinfo(1M).
> I strongly recommend exiting all KDE running instances before applying
> these patches.
> As usual, please feel free to email me directly with any questions or
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