PPA for KDE 4.7 Software Compilation has been updated for NattyFiled under: Events;
The next instance of the KDE desktop environment was released only a few days ago, in addition to countless closed course there are some bugs in the new KDE applications as well as the KDE desktop itself. Any changes will be presented in detail on the KDE side, so I can save myself here at this point other versions.
After the release has now made the Kubuntu team of Ubuntu on it and the new version of the desktop environment for Ubuntu Natty 11:04 recycle. After only two days, the result is now. If you drive straight 11.o4 Kubuntu, KDE 4.7 can now easily re-install using the official PPA for KDE.
$ Sudo apt-add-repository ppa: kubuntu-ppa/backports$ Sudo apt-get update & & sudo apt-get dist-upgradeShould you feel like once
On KDE and GNOME have been or another desktop environment in use, so of course you can also try out KDE 4.7, without that you have to completely reinstall your system. Have you added the above PPA, then lands via …
$ Sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop language-pack-kde-de language-pack-kde-de-base
… KDE on your plate, including the German language. When asked about the display manager you can for the “right” KDE Feeling “KDM” option. Then restarts after installing your system, select KDE as your desktop environment to start from user …
… then should start KDE when you log into the system. When I wanted to invite back the way readily immediately after installing KDE. During normal start, hung on the desktop environment, only a start with the instance Nofall wanted KDE up and running. Maybe KDE 4.7 is currently rather what a VM?
Nevertheless, should you make from your Ubuntu a “real” Kubuntu want, so you can also replace the last step the boot logo. For this you have unfortunately a bit around doktorn to Usplash, but what is not too bad if you know what you should enter. Therefore opens a terminal and give …
$ Sudo update-alternatives – config default.plymouth$ Sudo update-initramfs-u-k all
… one. The first command displays a selection with the Plymouth-installed themes. Selects the appropriate number here on the entry with “kubuntu-logo.plymouth” and finally give a second command, the next time you receive then the boot-splash from Kubuntu.
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