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    Re: All your kdebase3 belong to every dist but us. (Score: 1)
    by Anonymous on Sunday, May 12 @ 23:55:22 BST

    I have been running the unofficial kde3 debs for a while now (using my own compiled version of qt3) however all of a sudden it just stopped working – everything i try to run segfaults on me (this is a qt3 problem not kde) but ive even tried install libqt3-mt etc. and they also segfault?? i dont know whats going on there strace keeps printing something about munmap if i can remember correctly.

    anyway when it was working kde3 was fantastic – and i agree with everyone who says that we dont need or even expect stable packages in sid – this is unstable we should be apt-getting and breaking things (like qt3 is on my system) damn it.

    if i wanted a completely stable system i’d use potato or woody.

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