Status of Qt 4.7 and KDE 4.4.3 ?
cannewilson at googlemail.com
Sun May 23 14:28:50 UTC 2010
On Sunday 23 May 2010 11:19:00 Thomas Janssen wrote:
> 2010/5/23 Anne Wilson <cannewilson at googlemail.com>:
> > On Saturday 22 May 2010 18:51:43 Thomas Janssen wrote:
> >> > Is that 4.6.2 correct?
> >> That 4.6.2 i correct. The qt-assistant-adp is part of qt-x11 in 4.6.2
> >> but not anymore in 4.7.0, that's why the qt-assistant-adp 4.6.2 is
> >> there. Would be less confusing if it was 4.7.0 i agree.
> >> That's why i wrote you need to rpm -e --nodeps qt-assistant-adp and
> >> then yum downgrade qt (eventually use a list of installed packages
> >> like: yum downgrade qt qt-devel qt-x11 ....)
> > Hi, Thomas. I did try exactly what you suggested, but the downgrade said
> > it was going to take out the whole of kde. Is that what happened when
> > you did it? Did you have to groupinstall kde when you'd finished?
> Hi Anne. That's strange.
> rpm -e --nodeps qt-assistant-adp
> yum downgrade qt qt-debuginfo qt-devel qt-mysql qt-sqlite qt-x11 qt-webkit
> That are the two exact lines i used according to my root .bash_history
> It was just downgrading the qt stuff then.
Thanks. that did it ;-)
> It will try to remove a lot
> of stuff if you don't use a package list or a not complete one.
That's one piece of yum behaviour that I didn't know about - never seen that
mentioned before. I'll remember it, though. Thanks.
> that above doesn't help, maybe you run:
> rpm -qa | grep qt
> and check if you got all packages to downgrade.
Having restarted KDE, my folderviews are displaying normally, which is a huge
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