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Re: KDE2 on 2.8
On Sat, Jan 27, 2001 at 09:53:22AM -0700, Flinn Mueller wrote:
> I can't speak for the port, since I haven't been able to compile...but I use
> the package version. It's not the most stable thing in the world,
> ctrl-alt-backspace has become one of my best friends. Of course I believe
> the package is 2.0 pre. Which brings up a good question, Why don't we get
> new packages as the ports become available? I noticed some nice patches a
> while back that fix some of the issues I have with kde2, like not being able
> to use kdm. Other then that I think it's ok...Konqueror is better then
> Netscape in my opinion...although I haven't tried Mozilla on OBSD yet. Give
> it a shot...I like it.
Whine, whine, whine... it's just a question of resources. The box I'm
doing development on is -current, so I can't churn packages on it.
It's just that everyone is busy, and packages don't magically appear.
If you bribe me, I'll be sure to bump building a 2.8 package of kde 2.0.1 to
the top of the list :)