Mon, 15 Apr 2002 19:33:01 -0400
No luck on the SRPMS, they keep failing on the builds. But I've found a)
replacements for the items, and b) mention in their mailing lists that KDE3
support is coming.
My main gripe about all this is that backward compatibility is a GOOD thing.
Thanks for all the help.
On Monday 15 April 2002 06:17 am, Christopher Knowles wrote:
> Komba2 is a very nice Samba network browser for KDE.
> It's pretty slick, it'll mount drives for you wand everything. It's handy
> for those of us who have to work in a windows environment.
> Kdirstat is a graphical du. Allows you to drill down directories, and see
> both graphically and numerically where the space is. For some reason I
> keep getting lots of stuff where I don't expect it and have to clean up.
> This helps immensely.
> I'll try the SRPMS, and let you know.
> On Sunday 14 April 2002 06:48 pm, Sinner from the Prairy wrote:
> > A Diumenge 14 Abril 2002 10:02 pm, Christopher Knowles va escriure:
> > > Shortly you all will be telling me to go the h#$l away, and I respect
> > > that.
> > >
> > > I've got Skipjack on that laptop, and I'm really liking KDE 3.0
> > Me too :)
> > > However, I've gotten really attached to two programs. Komba2 and
> > > Kdirstat.
> > Komba2? Never used. Kdirstat... what does it do?
> > Are you sure that there's no replacement in KDE 3 for them?
> > > Neither of them compile, and I can't find redhat binaries for them.
> > > Is there anything I can do to get KDE 2.x programs to compile under
> > > KDE 3.0? or am I just out of luck until they update? (Or should I
> > > figure out how to update them? :)
> > What I recommend to you:
> > - Get SRPMs (source-RPMs) for QT2, KDEBASE-2 and KDELIBS-2.x from RedHat
> > Linux 7.2
> > - do rpm --rebuild *.srms
> > - install them
> > I have never tried. But it might work.
> > Also, you can write those programs mainatiners and see if they are
> > interested in a QT3 version of their products.
> > Let us know what happens.
> > Salut,
> > Sinner
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