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Re: Ultimate Edition KDE4

Postby delphiguy » Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:13 am

Just curious is there a way to install KDE4 desktop alongside with my UltimateEdition 1.7?


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Re: Ultimate Edition KDE4

Postby DaddyX3 » Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:18 am

delphiguy wrote:Just curious is there a way to install KDE4 desktop alongside with my UltimateEdition 1.7?


Thanks.

You talking about dual boot? Its very easy. What OS's do you have installed right now? Post back some more details on your drive/ system specs and which OS's your running right now and I could prob. help you.
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Re: Ultimate Edition KDE4

Postby delphiguy » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:11 pm

No I mean install the KDE4 desktop within UE1.7, in the same manner that I can load gnome/kde/xfce.
This is because I want to try out KDE4 but I dont want to do a reinstall, so that I can just switch back to
gnome.

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Re: Ultimate Edition KDE4

Postby DaddyX3 » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:16 pm

You are looking to get yourself into a lot of work!!! More work than I'm willing to do. I am not the guy to be helping you out on this adventure. TheeMahn is the one I would look for. Hopefully he'll chime in. He's a very very busy boy though, so if time is an issue, then you might want to do some study :D
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Re: Ultimate Edition KDE4

Postby delphiguy » Tue Apr 01, 2008 12:04 am

I understand, i thought that it would be just a simple apt-get, or script. But if its going to take too much time and skills (which I lack), then forget about it, its not that really important. I'll stick with gnome/kde3.5 for the
meantime.

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Re: Ultimate Edition KDE4

Postby TheeMahn » Tue Apr 01, 2008 1:05 am

I have just went though "hell" in this dept and I only tripple boot, eventually will be 8, I fully understand what is coming. I will never steer you wrong.

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Re: Ultimate Edition KDE4

Postby TheeMahn » Thu Apr 10, 2008 8:56 pm

ruskin wrote:Looks at clock, checks forum, looks at clock, checks forum. Any update on when it will be available :D :mrgreen:



It is being pounded I am sure, always for future reference keep track of News & Events[, it will always lead you to what you really want. If you want to learn about it... You can do so here, I am sure this was the last of concerns ;)
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Re: Ultimate Edition KDE4

Postby deate » Thu Apr 10, 2008 9:59 pm

TheeMahn wrote:
ruskin wrote:Looks at clock, checks forum, looks at clock, checks forum. Any update on when it will be available :D :mrgreen:



It is being pounded I am sure, always for future reference keep track of News & Events[, it will always lead you to what you really want. If you want to learn about it... You can do so here, I am sure this was the last of concerns ;)

Hey! an easter egg!
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