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Re: Should I mention kde-3.3.1?



Richard June <rjune bravegnuworld com> writes:

> In general I agree that using KDE on fedora is a bit spotty, it's been better 
> than other distros in my opinion. only better KDE experience is the 
> kde-redhat packages. perhaps the two projects could work together for 
> everybody's benefit?
>
>> -There were no Core 2 packages for 3.0
> http://kde-redhat.sf.net

I know about this project but I don't like it since when adding it to
yum.conf I not only get a new KDE but dozens of other packages are
replaced, too. This means that I get dependencies problems when there
are updates for those in the main Fedora repositories and I get problems
when updating from one Fedora release to the next. Further on, I trust
Fedora to build quality packages and timely fix security issues. I don't
really know if I can put the same trust in the guys from kde-redhat.


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