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What KDE version are you using?


Posted by Yaba on May 23 2004
CVS4%4%4% 4%
3.2.260%60%60% 60%
3.2.114%14%14% 14%
3.2.08%8%8% 8%
RC or Beta of 3.2.00%0%0% 0%
3.1.45%5%5% 5%
3.1.x5%5%5% 5%
3.0.x1%1%1% 1%
2.x1%1%1% 1%
1.x2%2%2% 2%
Votes: 3237
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 Post 3.2.0 versions

 
 by Yaba on: May 23 2004
 
Score 50%

If you are still using a version older than 3.2.0, I'm curious why you still use it.

Stability?
Too lazy or too buzy to upgrade?
"Never change a running system"?


To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it.
- Scott Granneman, Security Focus

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 Re: Post 3.2.0 versi

 
 by djworld on: May 23 2004
 
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I use 3.2.2, but I suppose people who still use versions older than 3.2 is because it's the version that came with their distro and...

a) They haven't upgraded to a new version of their distro, or...

b) Their distro hasn't released a new version yet.

Also, sometimes the efforts required to update a distro are worst than the benefit you could get. Imagine a room with 30 computers and you need to update them manually. It would be a nightmare to update them and not getting any real advantage.

At least, that's what I think. I don't think anyone could really prefer to use 3.1.x instead of 3.2.x.


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 Re: Post 3.2.0 versions

 
 by fipss on: May 24 2004
 
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so why not updating,
i updated my system twice once with kde 3.2.0 and once with kde 3.2.1 but both versions of kde where much more slower than kde 3.1.5 i had real problems with the performance of kde 3.2.x.


cheers

fipss


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 internet accesibilit

 
 by shafff on: May 23 2004
 
Score 50%

not all people have cheap/fast internet connection (for example i pay $15 for 250mb/month on 256 kbps speed, and unlim is $300 on the same speed), and some people even have no internet connection at all. That's why there are so few users/contributors from Ukraine and Russia.

the only way to be up2date is to use xdeltas, but only kdelibs compilation takes about 4 hours on my (old) PC

its so easy to type "emerge world"! (on free connection and cluster-computer)


Nickolai Shaforostoff, KDE Russian Translation Team
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 upgrading a mess...

 
 by Emon on: May 24 2004
 
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I had suse 8.1/8.2 before and I used it a lot. When KDE 3.2 was released, I was full of expectations. I started yast and downloaded the files from suse-server only to find out that there was some bug that completely killed my linux-system (best of all is that I tried to upgrade 4 times and I had to reinstall my OS 4 times). So I went back to KDE 3.1.4 until I got my hands on Mandrake 10 (KDE 3.2.0 with some funny minor bugs *g*) and later on Yoper-v2 (KDE 3.2.2), which I like best so far (extremely fast OS). My opinion is: Never change a running system unless you get a full and tested(!) distro update via iso-images or unless you are a real linux-freak. ; )


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 Re: upgrading a mess...

 
 by Yaba on: May 24 2004
 
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Well, I have to use RedHat here and I use SuSE at home. I do not use the RPM packages since they are often messed up. I always built it on my own (one busy night for my machines) and never had any problems with that.


To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it.
- Scott Granneman, Security Focus

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 3_2_BRANCH

 
 by nbensa on: May 24 2004
 
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I use 3_2_BRANCH (compiled twice a month, or when I see something interesting in the CVS log.)

BTW, I'm using Gentoo; in case it is important.

Best Regards,
Norberto


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 Re: 3_2_BRANCH

 
 by Superstoned on: May 24 2004
 
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sure its important ;-) others here had trouble upgrading - but hey, one should use Debian or gentoo for that... dont upgrade a running system, unless its debian or gentoo, cuz only they are build to last.


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 Re: Re: 3_2_BRANCH

 
 by poisoned on: May 24 2004
 
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well...you forgot Slackware =D
running KDE3.2.2 on GNU + FreeBSD...and I'm beginning to fall in love with konqui ^^


Whoa...I did a 'zcat /vmlinuz > /dev/audio' and I think I heard God...
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 3.0 in Linspire

 
 by ealm on: May 24 2004
 
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I use 3.0, since that's the current version in Linspire. I also have 3.2.2 on my debian partition but I very much prefer Linspire's own KDE 3.0 desktop over "plain" 3.2.
Next version of Linspire ships with KDE 3.2 and a completely new theme all through the OS, made by no less than Everaldo and Ingo in co-operation!

As a Linspire insiders I'll get my hands on a 5.0 beta in just a few days, so KDE 3.2 is closing up on me... ;)


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 Preferences

 
 by Gillibiabtiag on: May 24 2004
 
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I had 3.2 for a while, during my brief fling with Mandrake 10, but I found that I just didn't like it. It just seemed wrong, somehow. I don't know whether that was just the Mandrake version of 3.2, or what, but I just didn't like it, so here I am, running 3.1.4.


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