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KDE 3.4beta2 Released!

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Whooohooo! KDE 3.4 Beta 2 was released on February 9th, 2005. Read the official announcement. Come on Gentoo, where's the ebuilds!

UPDATE: Looks like the ebuilds are available at this time.

Let us know

Let us know how it goes. I'd like to start working on some rpms for unstable some time next week if I can resolve some other issues with pclos.

okie dokey, will do. :) -

okie dokey, will do. Smile

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re: Let us know

Well, the packages built once I took kdeaccessibility and kdewebdevelop outta the ebuild and it looks great. I used gentoo's kde-meta method and I was thinking it'd get slow with all the extra stuff I don't use, but it's still lightening fast on my system. I had to mv my .kde directory cuz it was a tad unstable at first, but it's stable now that I moved that. There are new eye candies and features. I really like it. KDE just keeps getting better and better. The only trouble I've seen is getting arts to play the ogg system sound files, no prob with wavs. ymmv. I put a few preliminary screenshots in the gallery, but maybe I'll do a better album when I get home from my real job. Tongue Anyway, I give it the big thumbs up!

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