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    Thumbs up Upgrade to KDE 4.1

    Hello,

    is there one-click install for upgrade to KDE 4.1?

    How to report here
    KDE 4.1

    As weve already discussed, KDE 4.0 is still maturing and may lack features that experienced KDE users expect. However, KDE 4.1 will be much better in these respects and is expected to be released in late July. Shortly after the 4.1 release announcement, it will be available from the openSUSE Build Service repositories, enabling users to update via 1-click-install albeit not officially supported. However, if you want to run the latest and greatest from KDE, youll be able to do so (and help testing as well!)

    The next openSUSE release, openSUSE 11.1, should be out in December of this year and include a thoroughly tested and well-integrated KDE 4.1.x right out of the box.
    openSUSE News Sneak Peeks at openSUSE 11.0: KDE with Stephan Binner

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    Default Re: Upgrade to KDE 4.1

    sm0k3r wrote:

    > is there one-click install for upgrade to KDE 4.1?


    http://en.opensuse.org/KDE4

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    Default Re: Upgrade to KDE 4.1

    Thank you men

    again openSUSE wins!

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    Default Re: Upgrade to KDE 4.1

    The only issue with this is that by December KDE 4.2 will be ready.

    Starting to feel like you're shooting for a moving target?

    4.2 seems to be the one the developers themselves feel will be most ready for day to day use.

    ttfn

    John

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    Default Re: Upgrade to KDE 4.1

    I've upgrade to KDE 4.1 but I dont like it's structure, prefer for now the 4.0.x version... anyway after downgrade the kdeinit stop working and have upgrade again.

    waiting December for KDE 4.2 with the unstable version of my present KDE 4.1 B2, *shrug*

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    Default Re: Upgrade to KDE 4.1

    Quote Originally Posted by TtfnJohn View Post
    The only issue with this is that by December KDE 4.2 will be ready.

    Starting to feel like you're shooting for a moving target?

    4.2 seems to be the one the developers themselves feel will be most ready for day to day use.

    ttfn

    John
    SuSE 11.1 will probably use a hybrid 4.1/4.2 as they did with 4.0.x
    "If it ain't broke, find something wrong with it"

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    Default Re: Upgrade to KDE 4.1

    I installed 4.1 but its not quite as freeform as I had hoped and the kicker is still a mess. I'm really looking forward to future releases to cause to me, KDE 4 is starting to show a lot of potential.

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