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Month: April 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] kcmshell keys

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2012 17:19:17 -0700 (PDT)
> I always rebuild from scratch. Starting
> from tqt3 and working down. I have a build script that lets
> me press the button and go away for a couple of hours ...
> hopefully without error. 
> BTW: I am building everything to /usr with no
> sign of KDE4. So far the base (that i need) builds nicely
> ... just a few niggling runtime errors.

Because I am building packages for other Slackware users I have been building to /opt/trinity. Another reason is to test compatibility with KDE4, although I have not been doing that lately.

When I rebuilt KDE3 for others, I built the packages to /usr and just warned everybody. When R14 is close to official release likely I will build a set of Trinity packages to /usr for myself. I don't use KDE4.

One question: when installing to /usr where do you install TQt3 to avoid collisions with Qt4? I need the latter to run VirtualBox and can't remove Qt4. Do you rename the TQt3/bin files?