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KDE 3.4 Beta 2


By binner
Published: Feb 9 2005

The KDE project has announced KDE 3.4 Beta 2 codenamed "Keinstein". A first release candidate is planned for end of February with a targetted release in mid-March according to the KDE 3.4 release schedule. Sources and binary packages are linked on the KDE 3.4 Beta 2 Info Page - or use Konstruct.


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 Go go

 
 by Yaba on: Feb 9 2005
 
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and install the beta, before I ask you for your opinion about this release in one of the next polls ;-)


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 Re: Go go

 
 by nightdragon on: Feb 9 2005
 
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nice thing about keeping up with the cvs is you alreay have it way in advance :)
only ones I'm not doing is the games and edu. I have never used these in the past.


If Mikey's not around who do you feed your betas to?
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 Slackware package!?!

 
 by Chris12349 on: Feb 10 2005
 
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Has anyone seen Slackware packages for beta2 yet? All I see on KDE's site is Suse.

Chris


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 Re: Slackware package!?!

 
 by nightdragon on: Feb 10 2005
 
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I hadn't seen one, however I'm using Slackware and have been compiling KDE from source sine beta 1 was out. So far Slackware is doing really great at the compilation.
I would suggest that you compile for yourself though. The first packed Slackware from beta 1 didn't have authentication configured in so sending email was impossible. I am currently, kind of sorta on Slackware 10.1 just to let you know, and the compile works great with that too.


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 Re: Re: Slackware pa

 
 by Chris12349 on: Feb 10 2005
 
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Yeah I'm using Thunderbird currently because of that problem, I thought it was probably due to the package, thanks for the reply


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 Re: Slackware package!?!

 
 by binner on: Feb 15 2005
 
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Maybe you would consider http://dot.kde.org/1108288130/1108327746/1108458961


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 if the poll...

 
 by skullbooks on: Feb 10 2005
 
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...where now:

my answer: it's still emerging/compiling :D


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 Re: if the poll...

 
 by nightdragon on: Feb 10 2005
 
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yeah, and once you're done that it's back to the cvs for updates and re-emerging huh? :)


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 Oh man

 
 by lokheed on: Feb 10 2005
 
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Cant wait. Tried to compile it last night but got hit with the kicker bug. Applied the patch and am rounding off the rest of kdebase as I type this.

I cant wait to see the new Control Center! I have been eagerly waiting this release (hell I eagerly await all KDE releases) but as some of you know, this one has special signific to me :D


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 Re: Oh man

 
 by trentonc1 on: Feb 11 2005
 
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What kicker bug? I tried using kontact and got to kdebase and kicker then it threw me out with kicker errors. I never found a solution.


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 Re: Re: Oh man

 
 by hds on: Feb 12 2005
 
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http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=98628

fetch the attachment!


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 how about..

 
 by mononoke on: Feb 10 2005
 
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how about the stability and bugs ? is it usable for daily usage ? i would like to upgrade, but if there are too many "circumstances" i would stay with my 3.3.2

thx


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 Re: how about..

 
 by Yaba on: Feb 10 2005
 
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Then wait for the next poll starting on Sunday.


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 Re: how about..

 
 by nightdragon on: Feb 10 2005
 
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I would say it was stable since beta 1. But as it stands now, and for me, the speed of it is my important reason for having it. It is stable, but what one would concider stable, another might not.
What circumstance are you referring to?


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 Re: Re: how about..

 
 by mononoke on: Feb 10 2005
 
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about circumstances..

well, i read about compiling errors (see above) of kicker, but i mean for example, if apps like konqueror, kicker, kdesktop or kontact are running fine or crashing very much ?


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 Re: Re: Re: how about..

 
 by nightdragon on: Feb 10 2005
 
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Those types are issues are really dependent upon your cvs updates. For example, my updating ways caused me to miss the issue with the kicker, simply because I was waiting for a compile before getting the cvs update that contained that problem.
But I think for the most part most of the scary issues are resolved. So giving the beta a shot at this point would be worth it.


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 This is great!!!

 
 by spiros2907 on: Feb 12 2005
 
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Just downloaded and installed the SuSE 9.2 RPMs and I'm thrilled!!!

There may still be some bugs (hey this is still beta) although I haven't noticed any yet, but the performance boost alone is worth the update.

If I find anything 'strange', I will be back...

Can't wait for the 'stable' release.


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 gridspacing

 
 by hds on: Feb 12 2005
 
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anyone else problems with this one? i use 32x32 icons on my desktop, and if i use "align to grid" the space between the icons is too wide.
yes, i use kdeglobals -> DektopGridSpacing=x,y (62,0 in my case) but it seems this one doesnt get honored anymore? it used to work fine in 3.3.x and even in beta1.
maybe this has been renamed now, but i have no clue where to look at.

also, if i like to view my devices in konqueror - i get a popup "devices - unknown protocol". this one might be related to my distribution (gentoo here), but maybe someone else is experiencing this?


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 Re: gridspacing

 
 by nightdragon on: Feb 12 2005
 
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I'm not too sure about the grid spacing situation but the devices has been changed to media:/ if you are talking about things as far as drives.


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 Re: Re: gridspacing

 
 by hds on: Feb 16 2005
 
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right, media did the trick. gridspacing problem remains ;(


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 Re: gridspacing

 
 by corpus2004 on: Mar 19 2005
 
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Thanks for the tip about getting the side-tab 'devices' back as 'media'.

Just wondering, is it just a bug or did somethng go wrong while compiling 3.4 alongside 3.3?


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