Re: Upgrade KDE from 4.2.2 to 4.2.3 fails

2009-05-18 Thread Jan Henrik Sylvester
Odhiambo wrote: File /usr/ports/misc/kdeedu4/work/kdeedu-4.2.3/kalzium/src/solver/chem.ml, line 54, characters 43-54: Warning Y: unused variable nb_elements. File /usr/ports/misc/kdeedu4/work/kdeedu-4.2.3/kalzium/src/solver/chem.ml, line 1, characters 0-1: Error:

Re: upgrade kde

2004-03-10 Thread Frank Mueller
Take a look at http://freebsd.kde.org There you'll find all information you need. Frank thank´s a lot, but this takes to long, or not? is there another way without a clean install? thank´s michael Chuck McManis schrieb: I found the easiest way was to start with a clean install, then

Re: upgrade kde

2004-03-10 Thread Michael Hollmann
thank´s, portupgrade -P kde that´s all what i need? is there anything else to do? regards michael Frank Mueller schrieb: Take a look at http://freebsd.kde.org There you'll find all information you need. Frank thank´s a lot, but this takes to long, or not? is there another way without a clean

Re: upgrade kde

2004-03-10 Thread Kent Stewart
On Wednesday 10 March 2004 01:13 am, Michael Hollmann wrote: thank´s, portupgrade -P kde that´s all what i need? Probably not because I think you will need -PR kde for a first guess. In addition, that is a big jump going from 3.1 to 3.2. Whether you should pkg_delete kde-3.1 and add 3.2

Re: upgrade kde

2004-03-09 Thread Chuck McManis
I found the easiest way was to start with a clean install, then install cvsup, then cvsup ports, then install portupgrade and then build kde from the ports tree. Took about 32 hours start to finish on a 2.2Ghz Celeron. I wasted about a week trying to do it without re-installing and was

Re: upgrade kde

2004-03-09 Thread Michael Hollmann
thank´s a lot, but this takes to long, or not? is there another way without a clean install? thank´s michael Chuck McManis schrieb: I found the easiest way was to start with a clean install, then install cvsup, then cvsup ports, then install portupgrade and then build kde from the ports tree.