On Tuesday 18 February 2003 22.58, humbert wrote: > Hello - I basically run xwindows so I can have a browser and a PIM > program. I recently installed fbsd 4.7 from the mini-install CD. I > used sysinstall to set up KDE and everything went perfectly. > > The version of korganizer in ports is 3.0.x something. But it looks > ugly and I would like to upgrade to the latest version. I download the > source and tried to compile, but it couldn't find any Qt headers or > normal stuff like that.
I tend to prefer funtionality over worrying about a default appearance. http://www.kde-look.org if "it's ugly" was the only complaint you had. > So my questions are these: > > 1) How can I install kdepim/korganizer from ports originally, but then > continue to compile from source to keep current? Do people normally > just wait until the ports collection is updated? The ports collection is updated generally the same day the official release is made (this is true for both KDE and GNOME, and many many other applications, less true for others. In a very broad generalisation, the bigger and more visible the project, the sooner the ports get updated.) KDE 3.1, for example, has been in the ports for a few weeks now. You have no need to compile from sources to keep current, what you need to do is: a: read the handbook and learn about cvsup and the ports collection b: install sysutils/portupgrade, read it's man pages thoroughly, and use it to keep your system up to date. > 2) Does anyone know why gnomepim wouldn't install? This is the error I > am getting: > ===> Extracting for gnomevfs-1.0.5_4 > > >> Checksum mismatch for gnome/gnome-vfs-1.0.5.tar.bz2. > > Make sure the Makefile and distinfo file > (/usr/ports/devel/gnomevfs/distinfo) > are up to date. If you are absolutely sure you want to override this > check, type "make NO_CHECKSUM=yes [other args]". > *** Error code 1 The distribution file you downloaded wasn't complete, or was otherwise damaged. Remove it (it'll be in /usr/ports/distfiles/gnome-vfs-1.0.5.tar.bz2) and try again. It'll probably work even better if you follow points a and b above. Regards, -- Lauri Watts KDE Documentation: http://i18n.kde.org/doc/ KDE on FreeBSD: http://freebsd.kde.org/