Quote:> KDE beta 3 rpms have just been created and posted to the linuxppc.org site.
> Try them out. They're supposed to be a big improvement.
Did you succeed in compiling them?
I tried, but I end up with a segmentation fault at launch.
I took the qt-1.32, kdesupport, kdelibs and kdebase SRPMs, and removed
all of the '-O2' flags, to avoid the internal compiler error in gcc. But
after a succesful build, the applications in /opt/kde/bin do nothing
else than core dumping...
I think the problem is in the kdelibs package (I tried to replace it
with the Beta2 one, and some of apps worked). I rebuilt it with the
'-O2' flag when it was possible (there is only six/seven files that make
gcc hang, in kdecore, kdeui and khtmlw). Same result.
Also, I've tried the Beta2 binary packages, it works fine, except that
the HTML widgets has a very lazy behaviour : it only display its title,
instead of its content! (with kfm and kdehelp). Does the problem come
from me, or from the packages?
Does anyone have suggestions?
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