>> kdebindingspython-2.2.2-1 requires python2 >= 2
>> kdepim-pilot requires libisock.so.3
> Are you sure that you need those two packages?
I update KDE under another Window manager eg) XFCE or BlackBox or in a
console run level, updating the libraries (eg) audiofile, libogg, libvorbis
etc first with rpm (but leaving qt-2.3.2 out as it causes problems).
Then use 'rpm -F kdebase/*.rpm kdei18n/*i18n*.rpm'. It's important to
install just one and only one i18n KDE rpm.
Then after you can download / upgrade the application's at your leisure,
the older versions should still work with an upgraded KDE system.
If you rpm(8) by hand, use rpm -U for new installs, and rpm -F for
upgrades. Too often dependency problems are caused by 'rpm -U *.rpm'
installing absolutely everything that's been downloaded. Make sure you
update the whole rpm base set together, ie kde base rpm's, and libraries
used, to avoid co-dependency problems.
I am also selective about the rpm's I install, best to have a look round on
USEnet and fine which ones _really_ work for your Distro Release before the