Posts Tagged ‘KDE-RedHat’

KDE 4.2.85 (KDE 4.3 Beta 1)

Yesterday Rex Dieter announced the landing of KDE 4.2.85 in kde-redhat/unstable for Fedora 11 (Fedora 10 coming soon).  Since I like to live on the bleeding edge, I decided to give it a try. Installing it was fairly easy. You just have to make sure that you’ve got the kde-redhat repositories installed and that the […]

Fedora 10 and KDE 4.2.2

KDE 4..2.2 has been released yesterday! And for all the daredevils out there, Rex Dieter from the Fedora KDE SIG has pushed it into the KDE- RedHat (testing) repository’s for Fedora 10 (the updates also have been pushed to Rawhide). So if you are desperate to give it a try, follow the instructions on the […]

Fedora 10 and KDE 4.2.1

Yay, KDE 4.2.1 has been released and already landed in the kde-redhat / testing repository’s. Thanks people of Fedora KDE SIG (Fedora KDE Special Interest Group)! Read the official announcement here: KDE 4.2.1 Release Announcement.  And check the changelog here: KDE 4.2.1 Changelog. For people who whould like to give it a try before it […]

Amarok 2.1

I’ve always liked bleeding edge software. Besides the fact that I’m running the latest KDE-RedHat packages (currently KDE 4.1.96 / 4.2 RC1) I am using the SVN version of Amarok 2. Since a few days they switched to a new trunk containing the upcoming version 2.1 and I must say it’s looking pretty damn sweet […]