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 KDE on FreeBSD

 by Brandybuck on: Feb 3 2008
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Here are some useful links for KDE on FreeBSD:

FreeBSD Homepage: http://www.freebsd.org
KDE on FreeBSD: http://freebsd.kde.org/
Techbase FreeBSD: http://techbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Projects/KDE_on_FreeBSD

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 by Brandybuck on: Feb 9 2008
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Progress on the KDE4 ports continues. Ever so slowly we manage to figure out the patches needed to build KDE4. The ports build, and most apps run, including the desktop. But there is still a bit of weirdness. It is hard to know how much of that is configuration, or linuxisms, or just not-ready-for-primetime 4.0.1 issues.

In the meantime, KDE 3.5.8 is as rock solid as ever!

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 Status update

 by Brandybuck on: Feb 25 2008
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Martin posted a quick status update, with some screenshots: http://miwi.bsdcrew.de/2008/02/21/freebsd-kde4-status/

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 KDE 4.1.0 Is Here!

 by Brandybuck on: Aug 10 2008
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It took a very very long time, but KDE 4.1.0 is finally in the FreeBSD ports tree. Here is the announcement:

On behalf of the KDE FreeBSD team, it is my great
pleasure to announce that KDE4 has been merged into
the FreeBSD ports tree. The official KDE 4.1.0 release
notes can be found at http://www.kde.org/announcements/4.1/.

Part of the work that has been done is to make sure that it
nicely co-exists with an existing KDE 3.x installation. Because
of this, users should note that their personal configuration
directory is now ~/.kde4, and that application settings are
NOT migrated from an existing KDE 3.x installation. This is
to ensure that existing applications continue to work correctly
whether you run them in a KDE 3 or KDE 4 session.

Some points to note:

* Prefix
KDE4 will be installed into a custom prefixes namely ${LOCALBASE}/kde4.
KDE4 and KDE3 can co-exist.

* Sound
For sound to work, it is necessary to have dbus and hal enabled
in your system. Please see the respective documentation on how
to enable these.

* Login Manager
If you if you want to continue to use to use the KDE 4.x KDM as
your login manager, the correct entry to put in /etc/ttys is

ttyv8 "/usr/local/kde4/bin/kdm -nodaemon" xterm on secure

If you would like to log into KDE 4.x with the KDE 3.x Login Manager
(KDM), create a file /usr/local/share/apps/kdm/sessions kde4.desktop

[Desktop Entry]
Name=KDE 4.x
Comment=The K Desktop Environment.

Similarly, if you want to still use KDE 3.x from your KDM 4.x, you
should create a file
/usr/local/kde4/share/apps/kdm/sessions/kde3.desktop containing

[Desktop Entry]
Name=KDE 3.x
Comment=The K Desktop Environment 3.x

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 by deniseweird on: Aug 16 2008
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Great to see the latest there! I think they should drop the .kde4 thing though. KDE 3.5 is old I think.

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 by deniseweird on: Aug 16 2008
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Latest KDE I mean, I forgot a word.

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