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Month: April 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] kcmshell keys

From: Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>
Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2012 15:08:48 -0700 (PDT)
> Yes Porteus is slackware based.

I just finished running some nominal tests of kcmshell in Trinity in Current. Everything worked as expected (except kwrite, reported in a different thread). I used all of the different methods do open the keyboard shortcut dialog and they all worked. No crashes.

> Are you saying that more recent versions of VirtualBox
> can be built against Qt3?

> Yes. I am currently using Virtualbox 4.1.8 built (on
> Porteus) from Trinity with no KDE4. Virtualbox supplies its
> own qt libraries in /opt/Virtualbox

Ah, I see. Thank you. I'm using 3.2.12 OSE on 13.1. I don't like playing the bleeding edge game. Once I get my production system running to taste I tend to leave things alone. Thus, I don't keep pace with VirtualBox releases.

In my Trinity build environments for Slackware I don't install the Qt4 and KDE4 packages to avoid potential conflicts during the builds. I have a Qt4/KDE4 installed in virtual machines where I want to test Trinity but that is all run-time. Regardless, that VirtualBox can be built without Qt4 is good to know.