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    KDE 2.1
    Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 28, 2001 – 18:20
    KDE 2.1 is out. If you use potato, you can install it by adding the line
    deb ftp://ftp.linux.ee/pub/kde.tdyc.com/debian/ potato main crypto optional qt1apps

    in your source.list. After,
    apt-get install kdebase task-kde.

    Enjoy !

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    Subject: Re: KDE 2.1
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/03/06 – 15:13
    The maintainer of kde for debian (Ivan) has stated that the qt1apps section is no longer being maintained against the latest kde releases. As kde 2.1.x gets upgraded, there is an increasing chance that it will break the apps located in this section. Either remove it from your sources.list file, or use at your own risk .

    Also, some things have been pulled from the unstable distribution and compiled against potato. These packages are in the “optional” section, which contains (among other things) ssh.

    There’s no real need to include this section as far as I can tell, so you can remove it too.

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    Subject: Re: KDE 2.1
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Friday, 2001/03/02 – 05:23
    There is a liste of mirror here
    http://kde.tdyc.com
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    Subject: Re: KDE 2.1
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Friday, 2001/03/02 – 01:24
    COOL! Antialiased fonts, really fast!!! Stable!!! What are you waiting for?
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    Subject: Re: KDE 2.1
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Friday, 2001/03/02 – 20:44
    I run KDE 2.1 under X 4.0.2 and I don’t get any anti-aliased fonts? xdpyinfo shows a lot of loaded extensions? which one should i look for? any ideas? thank you in advance!
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    Subject: Re: KDE 2.1
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Tuesday, 2001/05/22 – 20:30
    I tihnk you need XFree86 4.0.3, and enable in the KDE Control Center
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    Subject: Re: KDE 2.1
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Saturday, 2001/03/03 – 18:50
    I don’t know, I just did apt-get install task-kde and it installed everything, antialiased fonts are working by default
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    Subject: Re: KDE 2.1
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2001/03/01 – 15:56
    How comes there is ssh packaged in this repository ?
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