debian at pusling.com
Wed Oct 3 09:17:16 CEST 2007
[Probably thread breaking and everything ...]
On 2007-10-03, Thomas Zander <zander-RoXCvvDuEio at public.gmane.org> wrote:
> Missing email-adres from the debian packaging team, which I think is great=
> to have on this list is interrested parties :)
I usually prefer using gmane for mail lists, but now I try subscribing.
>> Kde3libs and kde4libs is afaik currently coinstallable in the same
>> prefix (But is quite unusable, unless kde4base also can be installed
> This I don't understand, what kdebase stuff needs to be coinstallable,=20
> but is not yet able to do so?
Stuff like kcmshell, kioexec and other "internal" kde stuff that has
been moved from kde3libs to kde4base.
A longer list can be found at
but I don't know how outdated it is by now.
> Looking at workspace I think that debian wants to package that as a=20
> separate thing and make that package conflict with their kde3=20
> counterparts (i.e. only have one installed at a time) because they really=20
> replace the kde3 *desktop*.
I don't expect to have two kde desktops installed, only to have one of
the desktops (either kde3desktop or kde4desktop), but together with that
both the kde3libs and the kde4libs and pimlibs.
I of course also don't expect to for example to be able to install konsole3
konsole4 together (or konqi or ...)
> Am I missing some problems?
yeah. kcmshell and friends.
I'm not able to insert in the utility, how does it work?
You should never open the command prompt, so that you either cannot
doubleclick a Fast DirectGL head, or must digit from the server on a IP
mailer over the virus and then from Windows and from AutoCAD NT you need to
load a graphic PCI cable for resetting the front-end.
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