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  1. #1
    jake45 NNTP User

    Default KDE 4.2+update today


    My KDE 4.2 (rev 90.x) change after update today sooo sloooowlyyyy
    What happened?
    KDE 3.5.10 works well, but 4.2 not ;(

    4.2 change so much (far) everyday and so too quick (?)
    nobody can't know what version is 'stabil'
    Is it possible do 'stabil-update 4.2 or 4.2.1? and say: it is now
    'stabil-version, if users will take it...

    I do not, what was stabil-opensuse-version from KDE 4.2, know you?
    If you know, can you say it version and revision?
    ...or when maybe it come to 'stabil'?


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    caf4926 NNTP User

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    I have no issue with the recent update (see my sig)

    Perhaps you could elaborate a little otherwise we are flying blind.


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    geoffro NNTP User

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    Strange not noticed any speed changes in KDE though firefox seems a bit
    slow especially here on the forum

    /Geoff


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    jake45 NNTP User

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    I have now rev 90.x from KDE 4.2
    and e.g. clock wait (stop) over 3-4 second when I open window
    and the same with menu-opend

    KDE 4.2 change slowly after todays (02. 06. 2009 pm) update


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    pilotgi NNTP User

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    Not sure why your system slowed down. Remember that KDE 4.2 is in the
    factory repo which means it is under ongoing development and not as
    stable as KDE 4.1.3.

    The developers have already sent out a warning that the factory repo
    will soon contain KDE 4.3 development pkgs and 4.2 will be moved to
    another repo.

    No slow down problems here. Maybe you should try Qt 4.5.


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  6. #6
    google01103 NNTP User

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    pilotgi wrote:

    >
    > Not sure why your system slowed down. Remember that KDE 4.2 is in the
    > factory repo which means it is under ongoing development and not as
    > stable as KDE 4.1.3.
    >
    > The developers have already sent out a warning that the factory repo
    > will soon contain KDE 4.3 development pkgs and 4.2 will be moved to
    > another repo.
    >
    > No slow down problems here. Maybe you should try Qt 4.5.
    >
    >

    I think the statement above re: the word "soon" is too strong and should
    read "will eventually" as kde4.3 is alpha and will probably reside in
    unstable for some months (say 2 to 4). there's another thread in
    prerelease (I think) that addresses this
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  7. #7
    pilotgi NNTP User

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    >
    >
    > I think the statement above re: the word "soon" is too strong and
    > should
    > read "will eventually" as kde4.3 is alpha and will probably reside in
    > unstable for some months (say 2 to 4). there's another thread in
    > prerelease (I think) that addresses this
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    Here's the link to the other post:

    'IMPORTANT KDE4.3 to move to factory - openSUSE Forums'
    (http://tinyurl.com/c3yk2e)


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  8. #8
    jake45 NNTP User

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    Maybe I wrong - but I think KDE 4.2 factory-version will goes to more
    stability 4.2.1...
    but now to 4.2 are comming more new and lesser stability

    and I like that was more the unstable-threads (4.3) things...

    sorry my poor 'english'


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  9. #9
    jake45 NNTP User

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    I update all again and now my KDE 4.2 rev 90.1 works well - huh, huh!


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