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Re: Has Anyone Tried KDE4 from Rawhide?



On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 5:50 PM, Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at> wrote:
> WARNING: Only install KDE from Rawhide IF YOU ARE WILLING TO UPGRADE YOUR
> *ENTIRE* SYSTEM to Rawhide!!! Basically, the only safe way to use Rawhide
> is the following:
> yum --enablerepo=rawhide upgrade
> which will move your entire system to Rawhide.
>
> What will happen if you try upgrading just KDE is that the new KDE will drag
> in Python 2.6 (that's what it's now, but there's always some library
> causing a similar situation), which in turn forces EVERYTHING depending on
> Python (including Yum!) to be upgraded to the Rawhide version. So you end
> up with an unsupportable chaotic mix of Rawhide and F10 packages.
>
> Rex Dieter and me are working on providing KDE 4.2 Beta 1 packages for
> Fedora 10 in the kde-redhat unstable repository, more on that once we're
> done.


If you need anythign specific tested, I can bootup my rawhide box.

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