I want to try KDE 4.2 but I dont have internet at home, I have downloaded the openSUSE KDE 4.2 live cd, is it possible to install KDE 4.2 from this CD in my current openSUSE 11.1 installation?, if yes, How?, I used the official openSUSE 11.1 32 bit DVD to install my system, I dont have KDE 4.1 installed, only the KDE 3.5 desktop is installed.
ya know, i’m actually trying to do this myself with the kde four live cd. i have a computer without internet access that has opensuse 11.1/kde 4.1.x that i would like to upgrade to kde 4.2 with the kde four live cd, but i can’t figure out how.
turns out there isn’t an update option with the live disc, at least that i can find.
i figured that i had to add the cd as an “add-on product” with yast. it has the option of selecting a cd or dvd among other things, but it would not “accept” my cd, mounted or not. i know the cd burned correctly cuz i verified it with k3b after it was burned. so i don’t know why yast won’t accept the cd.