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  1. #1
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    where's my KDE4?

    Although I've upgraded to 8.04, I'm still stuck on KDE 3.5.9, according to "About KDE" , plus :

    $ which kded
    /usr/bin/kded
    $ kded --version
    Qt: 3.3.8b
    KDE: 3.5.9
    KDE Daemon: $Id: kded.cpp 711061 2007-09-11 09:42:51Z tpatzig $

    But dpkg tells me I have a bunch of KDE 4 packages, as far as I can tell:

    $ dpkg-query -l '*kde*' | grep 'ii.*4:3' | awk '{print $2, $3}'
    kde-icons-mono 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu1
    kdeadmin-kfile-plugins 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu5
    kdebase-bin 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.2
    kdebase-bin-kde3 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.2
    kdebase-data 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.2
    kdebase-kio-plugins 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.2
    kdegraphics-kfile-plugins 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu1
    kdelibs-data 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.1
    kdelibs4c2a 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.1
    kdemultimedia-kfile-plugins 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2
    kdemultimedia-kio-plugins 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2
    kdenetwork-filesharing 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu1
    kdenetwork-kfile-plugins 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu1
    kdepasswd 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.2
    kdepim-kio-plugins 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu3
    kdepim-kresources 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu3
    kdepim-wizards 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu3
    kdeprint 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.2
    kdesktop 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.2
    libkdepim1a 4:3.5.9-0ubuntu3


    I thought upgrading to 8.04 would put me on KDE 4. How can I switch to it?

    cheers
    Geoff

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    Re: where's my KDE4?

    Install the kde4-core package
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install kde4-core
    You will then be able to log in to either a kde3 or kde4 desktop environment.

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    Re: where's my KDE4?

    Aside from that, Kubuntu Hardy was released in two different versions: the supported 3.5 and the unsupported 4.
    I do not use Ubuntu any more, nor have I ever used Gnome. Therefore, I tend to give advice that is distro- and DE-agnostic, which, while perhaps not the easiest way, will allow you to move freely between machines.

  4. #4
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    Re: where's my KDE4?

    That's it, having installed the packages as above, I'm now up and going with KDE4, which looks really cool, I might add...

    many thanks!

    Geoff

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