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How do you rate KDE 3.3?


Posted by Yaba on Aug 19 2004
One of the best KDE releases35%35%35% 35%
Much better than KDE 3.2.312%12%12% 12%
Somewhat better than KDE 3.2.318%18%18% 18%
No big improvements against KDE 3.2.312%12%12% 12%
Some minor issues3%3%3% 3%
There are several minor problems4%4%4% 4%
Some grave bugs/Not stable enough2%2%2% 2%
KDE 3.2.3 is still better2%2%2% 2%
One of the worst KDE releases / I am dissapointed2%2%2% 2%
No plans to upgrade.11%11%11% 11%
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 rating? now???

 
 by Emon on: Aug 19 2004
 
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i beg your pardon, but i think it is a "bit" too early to rate kde 3.3. it just got released. and no distro has the relevant rpms or a new, kde 3.3 based distro out yet....


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 Re: rating? now???

 
 by MDonoughe on: Aug 20 2004
 
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Gentoo has the ebuilds, and I have heard someone mention Debian having it. You could compile it from source on your own. I used to do that with SUSE 8.0 after they stopped releasing the packages for my version. Gentoo users need to unmask or use ACCEPT_KEYWORDS to install 3.3 for now.


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 Re: rating? now???

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 20 2004
 
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Uhm...

Debian,
SuSE,
Gentoo,
Conectiva,
Yoper

are all available from the KDE Server.

For everyone else there are the sources (which I prefer since no distributor messes with the binaries) and konstruct.

If you want to wait for a distribution containing KDE 3.3 you should choose "No plans to upgrade".


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 Re: Re: rating? now???

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 20 2004
 
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Oh.. I missed Slackware, which can be found in the contrib directory.


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 Re: Re: rating? now???

 
 by gurensan on: Aug 22 2004
 
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The Slack packages are in contrib/.


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 Re: Re: Re: rating? now???

 
 by gurensan on: Aug 22 2004
 
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How did I miss this?


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 Re: Re: rating? now?

 
 by nuka on: Aug 22 2004
 
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link to the debs? i have been looking all over for em and i cant find them. also, apt still shows rc2. FYI to everyone, on apt, 3.3.0-1 is NOT FINAL.


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 I'll let you know

 
 by -x- on: Aug 21 2004
 
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Hrm... considering the poll is out this early, i think there shoud be a:

* Still compiling

option... cuz thats what i would choose right now


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 Re: I'll let you know

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 21 2004
 
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Just wait until it finsihed compiling and vote then. No one forces you to vote right now. And if anyone forces you, tell him to shut up ;-)


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 Re: Re: I'll let you

 
 by -x- on: Aug 21 2004
 
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heh, noone is forcing me to vote, it was just (an apparently poor) attempt at some humor. =P


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 Slackware

 
 by stoodi on: Aug 21 2004
 
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ftp.kde.org section contrib :)
Slackware packages


"Simplicity is Divine"
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 Nice release!

 
 by blaster999 on: Aug 21 2004
 
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A very nice release! No segfaults, no errors. Everything works (almost) flawlessly (only quanta refused to compile - I'll investigate further). Fast, nice and stable. Continue the good work!


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 KDE 3.3 pkg for FC2

 
 by tri5tian on: Aug 23 2004
 
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is there KDE 3.3 packages for fedora core 2? is so where can I get them?


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 Issues

 
 by demersus on: Aug 23 2004
 
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I compiled it from portage on my gentoo machine. I like the added button options for the title bars. However it has some minor issues on my machine. First of all, KDM login manager wont log me in to kde. I have to use XDM to log in. don't know if this is only on my machine, but it is annoying; The Icons leave trails on my desktop when i move them and I have to manualy refresh my desktop; And I cant figure out how to get some programs I opened up the first time i ran 3.3 to stop opening when i open kde again. They are not in the autostart folder. This might have something to do with me having to shutdown my machine from a konsole, because of the KDM issue. That will teach me to upgrade to a X.X.0 release. I am going to downgrade back to 3.2 because it had no problems. I'll just wait till 3.3.1 or higher comes out to try it again.


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