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KDE 3.4 Out?

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Well, no, not officially, but distro developers are beginning to leak them. They appeared in this morning's gentoo portage (masked) and PLD mirrors.

Scheduled to be officially released Wednesday, March 16, the natives are getting restless. Myself? Definitely. I'm debating whether to start the download now or wait. I'm also debating whether to use ebuilds or tarballs. Decisions, decisions, decisions...

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kDE 3.4 out?

Personally I am not as ventouros as you, I downloaded the "official" Klax cd and tried it. Wasn't impressed with it.
Then Texstar's KDE 3.4rc rpm's came out, and a never looked back (except when I am booting up my cooker install).
I guess I just will wait until Tex puts out the final rpm's

ikerekes

re: kDE 3.4 out?

Yeah, Tex always does excellent work. I'm doing the sources from the pld mirrors currently. I'll run a diff on them when the official ones are posted just to make sure, but I don't think there'll be any changes.

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