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August 2009

June 2009

KDE on Windows News

KDE on Windows News The KDE on Windows Project is aimed at native porting of the KDE applications to MS Windows.

The KDE on Windows Project - KDE on Windows News

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KDE on Windows News RSS April 7th, 2009 : KDE 4.2.2 for Windows available The KDE on Windows team today announced the immediate availability of "Cano", (a.k.a KDE 4.2.2), another bugfix and maintenance update of the KDE release. New in this release is an unstable snapshot of K3B, the KDE cd burning application. As a service release, the changelog contains a list of bugfixes and improvements. Note that the changelog is usually incomplete, for a complete list of changes that went into KDE 4.2.2, you can browse the Subversion log. KDE 4.2.2 also ships a more complete set of translations. The binary packages could be installed with the installer by using the version "stable 4.2.2" (or "stable latest"). In case you are upgrading your KDE installation, deselect the skip basic settings checkbox on the first installer page and press next until you are guided to the release settings page where you can choose the required version. (KDE on Windows Team)

May 2009

Projects/KDE on Windows/Installation - KDE TechBase

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Contents [hide] * 1 KDE Installer for Windows o 1.1 Summary of Steps o 1.2 Download needed packages o 1.3 Issues with KDE Installer for Windows * 2 Testing your installation o 2.1 Startup, shutdown, and diagnosing problems * 3 Fine-tuning o 3.1 Common step: editing the kdeglobals file o 3.2 Set Oxygen style for widgets o 3.3 Set Tahoma (Windows default font) for widgets o 3.4 Change the mouse to Double Click o 3.5 Change locale and country settings o 3.6 Change native/KDE file dialogs * 4 Status o 4.1 Package status and contents

The KDE on Windows Project - KDE on Windows News

KDE on Windows News RSS April 7th, 2009 : KDE 4.2.2 for Windows available The KDE on Windows team today announced the immediate availability of "Cano", (a.k.a KDE 4.2.2), another bugfix and maintenance update of the KDE release. New in this release is an unstable snapshot of K3B, the KDE cd burning application. As a service release, the changelog contains a list of bugfixes and improvements. Note that the changelog is usually incomplete, for a complete list of changes that went into KDE 4.2.2, you can browse the Subversion log. KDE 4.2.2 also ships a more complete set of translations. The binary packages could be installed with the installer by using the version "stable 4.2.2" (or "stable latest"). In case you are upgrading your KDE installation, deselect the skip basic settings checkbox on the first installer page and press next until you are guided to the release settings page where you can choose the required version. (KDE on Windows Team)

The KDE on Windows Project - Welcome to The KDE on Windows Project

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Welcome to The KDE on Windows Project The KDE on Windows Project is aimed at native porting of the KDE applications to MS Windows. Currently Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista are supported. The preferred way of installing KDE apps under Windows is the KDE-Installer. See the Download section on the sidebar for more informations. KDE on Windows is not in the final state, so applications can be unsuitable for day to day use yet. For some help from the project members join the IRC channel #kde-windows on freenode. You can join our mailing list kde-windows(@)kde.org for news and announcements. If you're interested in helping to track some issues, and get some of your favourite KDE apps working correctly, you can start by reading the KDE TechBase documentation. To get an overview of this project you should enter the main KDE TechBase section.

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KDE on Cygwin is the port of Qt and KDE to Windows using Cygwin, the POSIX emulation layer for Windows, and the Cygwin XFree86 server. We think that KDE is a great desktop and has the opportunity to be a big player in the 'desktop environment' area. One of the main reasons for this is because of the famous Qt library, which is designed to be very platform independent and has already been ported to many operating systems. Hence porting KDE applications from one UNIX derived operating system to another is relatively painless. The one operating system this doesn't hold true for is Windows.