All, It looks like all the hard work on the renaming and debugging payed off. After the soft freeze, end-to-end build on Arch built 112/115 packages (tdebase failed due to a reverted patch 'tdebase-kdesktop-systemd.diff' [so that didn't really count]). That leaves only 2 failures out of 115 packages. The failure were expected: makepkg --> FAILED for libtqt-perl at Mar 5 02:00:13 makepkg --> FAILED for tdebase at Mar 5 02:44:06 (patch removal) makepkg --> FAILED for kstreamripper at Mar 5 06:53:12 That means the only reason the keyboard was ever touched after starting the build was due to the tdebase failure (it being mandatory to the buildscript continuing). So except for the patch on tdebase, tde would have built end-to-end without any user interaction. That's refreshing. katesort appears to have built as part of tdeaddons, and kxmleditor was patched in from a local source. Testing can now begin. Good job Darrell, Slavek, Francios, all! -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.