If you want people to answer your question:Quote:> ... to reinstall KDE 3.1 from command line?
(1) Write a more useful subject.
(2) Provide a little information about your configuration (e.g. what
distro? They have different tools for this).
(3) Ask in the right forum: comp.windows.x.kde.
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Get the list of the RPM's you need; rpm -qa | grep kdeQuote:> ... to reinstall KDE 3.1 from command line?
Copy them to a common location, then install them all as root at the same
time; rpm -Uvh kde*.rpm --replacepkgs (for example)
Read 'man rpm' for the details and other options.
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upgradepkg --reinstall kdebase-3.1.3-i386-3
for Slackware Linux
Since you don't specify how you installed KDE in the first place, I can only
guess how to reinstall it. Above would be the way /I/ would reinstall it.
Lew Pitcher, IT Consultant, Application Architecture
Enterprise Technology Solutions, TD Bank Financial Group
(Opinions expressed here are my own, not my employer's)