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"if you build it, they will come"

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This past Sunday (July 10) i [Stefan Teleman] finally released KDE 3.4.1 for Solaris 10, for both Intel/AMD and UltraSPARC-II. Both of them built with the Sun Studio 10 compilers. Yes, you can install Solaris 10 on an Intel based PC and run KDE 3.4.1 on it. Pentium IV minimum, or AMD. Or UltraSPARC-II minimum.

You can see screenshots here, or here in larger sizes.

There's a lot of good talk about KDE here and here, which are part of the discussions at OpenSolaris. And there is also a KDE Solaris link here.

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