UPDATE: ANNOUNCE: KDE Alpha 20000327
molnarc at nebsllc.com
Tue Mar 28 16:57:10 BST 2000
I have pulled the release from the server for 2 reasons:
1. I compiled and left debug turned on. this made binaries extremely
2. They where compiled on a RedHat 6.2 machine and there have been some
reports of compatibility issues surrounding a few libraries when installed
on other distros.
I will re-build and let everyone know when a new build is available. For
those brave people that want to try anyways you can get the build at:
On Mon, 27 Mar 2000, Christopher Molnar wrote:
> I have just made available a new version of KDE2 Alpha binaries in RPM and
> -bin.tar.gz format. Also available are the sources that worked to compile
> these packages.
> Please read the README file in the directory, this tells you most of what
> you need to know to install and update.
> These files are available via ftp from:
> or via http at:
> http://www.nebsllc.com (follow links for kde2 Alpha
> You will also be able to find these at (after a few days):
> If you want to try koffice from kde 1.x without updating the rest of kde
> you may want to try the RPMS from David Faure (faure at kde.org) at (these
> were packaged for Mandrake but should work on other RPM based distros):
> These binaries are built from CVS as of 27 March
> 2000 at 6:30am Eastern Standard Time (-0500).
> Please bring all install questions to the un-official
> kde-alpha list at kde-alpha-request at nebsllc.com.
> The installs have been tested by me on a RedHat 6.1
> machine. They have also been reported to work on all
> other distributions.
> You will need to do a --force and a --nodeps on the rpm
> If you are running prior Alpha's I highly recommend you
> update. There are a lot of fixes and some structural
> changes in the packages.
> You will also find Source tar.gz's in the same
> Christopher Molnar
> New England Business Services, LLC
> Hartford, CT USA
> molnarc at nebsllc.com
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