nas 1.4

Sergey Ostrovsky sostrovsky at snip.net
Thu Dec 28 16:06:22 PST 2000


andrew sprott wrote:

> > It is up to you. If you installed things in /opt/qt and /opt/kde
> > ( I mean, your files are not spread among other stuff ), it is painless.
> > These packages do not touch anything beyond their top level
> > installation directories.
>
> well the stuff has gont into /usr
>
> > BTW, how do you manage to live in Sunday, Dec 24 ?
> > It's not a joke, it's annoying to search for your messages.
>
> sorry about that, stupid windows keeps changin the time
>
> a
>
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That's not good. I do not think you are serious about finding and deleting
every single file
that belongs to kde or qt. Try to just reinstall not deleting anything, I'd
suggest.
Take a look at my X11guide at linuxfromscratch.org. It might give you some
ideas.

Sergey Ostrovsky.



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