--On Friday, August 07, 2009 00:27:00 -0500 Kent Stewart <kstew...@owt.com>
On Thursday 06 August 2009 05:53:05 pm Paul Schmehl wrote:
--On August 6, 2009 7:15:18 PM -0500 Andrew Gould
> On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 6:21 PM, Paul Schmehl<pschmehl_li...@tx.rr.com>
>> Can someone who has already done this upgrade suggest the best way to go
>> about it? Do I need to completely uninstall kde3 first? Is there an
>> upgrade path that's not fraught with gotchas?
>> Paul Schmehl, Senior Infosec Analyst
> Unless things have changed very recently, KDE4 is in its own directory
> folder. This may imply that KDE3 and KDE4 can coexist.
> As always, YMMV.
I was looking for something a little more definitive, like I upgraded like
this, and here's the problems I ran into.
I don't want to run KDE3 and KDE4 side by side. I want to migrate from
the former to the latter.
There are features that haven't made it to kde4 such as koffice. I added
OpenOffice but that can be a long compile. One of my favorite sites crashes
konqueror, which wasn't a problem on kde3. I left my slower machine, which I
use for e-mail, and web browsing running kde3 and play with kde4 on my system
that can do a portupgrade -pfR kde4 in 7 hours and build OO in less than 2
hours. It is running kde-4.3 now and it has been recursively rebuilt. The
browser crash is still there. I can use the packages of common ports to
update the slower machine. They are on a 4-port kvm and it is too easy to
simply use the machine that works the best.
Thanks, Kent. That's very useful information. I'm going to stick with KDE3 a
while longer. This is my primary workstation, so I don't want to be chasing
demons all day.
Paul Schmehl, Senior Infosec Analyst
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