Posts Tagged ‘RPM’

rekonq 0.2

Last weekend Orcan Ogetbil finished the review on rekonq (thanks again!). rekonq is a new web browser designed for KDE. It’s small, light-weight, built with Qt and based on WebKit. Here’s a screenshot: Currently it’s queued for -testing for F-10 [1] and F-11 [2] and can be installed from rawhide right away. Just a simple […]

rekonq 0.0.4 rpm (packaging continues)

I bumped into a neat little browser for KDE called “rekonq”. It’s a browser designed for WebKit and KDE and it’s light weight, all big pluses for me. I like fast little browsers which just do what they are supposed to do (browse the web as fast as possible) like midori and Arora. Although I […]

Amarok and KDevelop

As of today I created 2 new pages about Amarok 2 SVN and KDevelop 4 since I want this blog to be more then writing about these two. 🙂 So from now on, keep an eye on those pages for updates and when something really important happens, you will know it anyway. The KDevelop page […]

libgpod 0.7.0 for Fedora 10 and important Amarok 2 SVN change

libgpod 0.7.0 for Fedora 10 The latest Amarok SVN snapshot requires libgpod 0.7.0 to build. Since it isn’t available for Fedora 10 (or Fedora Rawhide) yet, I decided to update and older version myself. After downloading the latest source and altering the 0.6.0 spec file, I was able to successfully build an v0.7.0 RPM myself. […]

Building RPM’S and Amarok 2 SVN RPM

[edit] Some of the Amarok developers kindly pointed out that this is just a SVN snapshot version. That means it’s not called 2.1 until a feature freeze. Till that time I will be referring to it as “Amarok 2 SVN snapshot”. As of yesterday I decided to give RPM building a try. So here’s what […]