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Thread: Remove Konqueror3 from 11.1?

  1. #1
    Tony B NNTP User

    Default Remove Konqueror3 from 11.1?

    I installed opensuse 11.1 and konqueror 3 was on the install. I have
    version 4 and want to remove 3. I used yast and removed 99% of the KDE 3
    programs, but am stumped on Konqueror 3. I can not find it in the yast
    software manager.

    Does anyone know how to remove Konqueror 3 from opensuse 11.1 KDE 4.1.3?

    Thanks,
    Tony

  2. #2

    Default Re: Remove Konqueror3 from 11.1?

    I think it is included in the installation of kdebase3. If you are using application from kde 3.xx it will be a problem to un-install it.

    Edit:
    I quickly look in yast2 and this is what I found,

    kdebase3 - The KDE Core Components

    This package contains kdebase, one of the basic packages of the K Desktop Environment. It contains, among others, kwin (the KDE window manager), Konqueror (the KDE Web browser), and KControl (the configuration program)
    This package is needed if you want to use the KDE Desktop. It is not needed if you only want to start some KDE applications.
    People who do not break things first will never learn to create anything

  3. #3
    Tony B NNTP User

    Default Re: Remove Konqueror3 from 11.1?

    conram wrote:
    > I think it is included in the installation of kdebase3. If you are using
    > application from kde 3.xx it will be a problem to un-install it.
    >
    > Edit:
    > I quickly look in yast2 and this is what I found,
    >
    > kdebase3 - The KDE Core Components
    >
    > This package contains kdebase, one of the basic packages of the K
    > Desktop Environment. It contains, among others, kwin (the KDE window
    > manager), Konqueror (the KDE Web browser), and KControl (the
    > configuration program)
    > This package is needed if you want to use the KDE Desktop. It is not
    > needed if you only want to start some KDE applications.
    >
    >

    Thanks for the reply, that is useful information which I will use.

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