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Thread: Can I keep KDEPIM 4.3.5 if I move to Opensuse 11.4?

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    Default Can I keep KDEPIM 4.3.5 if I move to Opensuse 11.4?

    Can I find a way to install the version of KDEPIM 4.3.5 used in 11.2 if I use Opensuse 11.4 or later ?

    I really don't like the newer versions of KDEPIM that don't have functional distribution lists.

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    Default Re: Can I keep KDEPIM 4.3.5 if I move to Opensuse 11.4?

    I'd suggest installing 11.4 on VirtualBox and try to install 4.3.5 packages copied from your current OS.
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    and other boxes running Windoze

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    Default Re: Can I keep KDEPIM 4.3.5 if I move to Opensuse 11.4?

    No, thanks. I want to run KDEPIM natively, not with Virtual Box
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    Default Re: Can I keep KDEPIM 4.3.5 if I move to Opensuse 11.4?

    You misunderstood me, you can TEST if kdepim 4.3.5 works on 11.4 using Virtualbox.
    And then, if it works/can be installed, install 11.4 on real machine.
    If not, just remove virtual machine and forget about it
    Desktop: Intel Q8300@3,3Ghz, 4GB RAM, Foxconn P35A, Sapphire HD5670, OpenSUSE x64
    Server: Via C3@1.4Ghz, 768MB RAM, 8GB Microdrive + OpenSuSE x86
    and other boxes running Windoze

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    Default Re: Can I keep KDEPIM 4.3.5 if I move to Opensuse 11.4?

    Ah, I did misunderstand you.
    Thanks for your suggestion.
    bob@rsmits.ca
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