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Ric Moore wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-02-06 at 07:04 -0800, David Boles wrote:
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>> Ric Moore wrote:
>>> On Mon, 2007-02-05 at 08:24 -0600, Rex Dieter wrote:
>>>
>>>> In the meantime, until a real-deal kde spin is available, you can see most
>>>> of the enhancements planned for F7 by using the kde packages available from 
>>>> http://kde-redhat.sf.net/
>>>> *today*.
>>> I just went there and don't see just how to get at the testing repo. 
>>> Can it be yum enabled? That would be cool beans. Ric
>>>
>>
>> You did not read the whole page. The information is approximately half way
>> down the age.
> I'm not following you, David. I went to that link above and it's
> Sourceforge. Where I have my own stuff, so I can usually navigate there.
> I went to the download page and there was no directory list that I could
> find. I looked for links, found none. Poked around in CVS, zilch. So, I
> am looking for an assist in the right direction. Ric
> 


Look for:

yum

Download

    * Fedora Core: kde.repo
    * RedHat Enterprise (and compatibles: CentOS, Scientific Linux, etc...)
kde.repo

and drop it in /etc/yum.repos.d/

Note to x86_64 users: You may have to enable both x86_64 and i386 repos.

To install, a simple
yum install qt kdelibs kdebase
yum update
ought to fetch and install the packages for you.

To keep up to date, you can periodically run
yum update
on your system as well.

The link, kde.repo, (* Fedora Core: kde.repo) will take you to a page that
is the repo config file. Copy and past it.
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  David
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