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First experimental KDE 4 svn rpms for Fedora

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The first milestone of KDE 4, the subsystem freeze on 2nd April, is closing in. In the mean time, first experimental Fedora rpm packages of svn checkouts have been prepared.

Chitlesh Goorah has prepared a set of Fedora rpm packages containing a checkout of the KDE 4 developmetn trunk of the KDE svn. Of course these packages do install KDE 4 only to some /opt/ directory and are strictly for demonstration and development only. However installs them should be very clear about what he/she does.

In the related blog post Chitlesh describes how he set up the an user account dedicated to test the KDE 4 system. You also find some screenshots of a running KDE 4 session.

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