Le Mon, 12 Sep 2011 08:15:44 +0200, /dev/ammo42 <mickeytintincolle@...> a écrit : > Hi all, > I finally managed to compile Trinity kdelibs and kdebase on > Slackware64 13.37 with KDE4 installed. The Trinity 3.5.11 release > notes say that it works with KDE4 installed alongside, but it's not > what I observed: -launching KDE3 in Xnest as an user already running > KDE4 won't work -launching KDE3 as another user in another X server > instance, and with PATH=/opt/kde3/bin:$PATH works, but: > -KDE4 akonadi, nepomuk and even plasma-desktop (!) are launched in > addition of KDE3. > -Applications are partially translated using KDE4 translations, the > only ones I have on my system, and I observed using strace that /usr > translations are searched for *before* /opt/kde3 translations. > -Many of the tray icons are from KDE4 applications. > So it seems that the CMake transition has completely broken the > Trinity-KDE4 cohabitation (I didn't try to solve anything for now). Please forget my previous blaming on Trinity causing the issue, I just had a dangling KDEDIRS=/usr environment variable from the file installed by the KDE4 Slackware packages in /etc/profile.d. If I unset KDEDIRS to let only the KDEDIR=/opt/kde3 setting, everything works fine in respect of KDE3/KDE4 separation, except that KDE3 executes the KDE4 autostart files in /usr/share/autostart.