I’ve just picked up the KDE Reloaded re-spin by Beineri.
I thought perhaps the above might be somewhat easier than installing vanilla 11.1 and then upgrading KDE.
May I ask, - would this be a stable platform for my to build a system with or should I stay with the official openSUSE releases?
It should be fine. It basically just incorporates an updated kde4. I know a number have used it and report well on it.
You can make it whatever you want anyway with the repo’s. I have a feeling some packages are missing from this, that would otherwise be on a official CD. Can’t recall what. But it’s of little consequence, because once you are installed, everything is available from the repo’s.
Thanks for the heads-up, - adding software via repo won’t be an issue. Definitely seems a quicker way to punch up the latest KDE and it should suffice until 11.2.
Help much appreciated!
> Thanks for the heads-up, - adding software via repo won’t be an issue.
> Definitely seems a quicker way to punch up the latest KDE and it should
> suffice until 11.2.
> Help much appreciated!
Personally I didn’t like it. It made me feel unclean…no idea why.
Check the repos when it’s done, I don’t think it sets up official ones.
Could be why I removed it, installed KDE 11.1 and updated myself.
Maybe because there are lots of apps you wouldn’t normally install ;)??
> Maybe because there are lots of apps you wouldn’t normally install ;)??