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    KDE 3.0.3 released … and some .debs
    Submitted by Daniel S on Monday, August 19, 2002 – 14:59
    KDEDirk Mueller, the KDE Release Coordinator, today announced the release of KDE 3.0.3, with the major feature a fix for the SSL in Konqueror issue. With this release also comes a new (and working, tested) set of .debs.

    This set of .debs is not yet mirrored at kde3.geniussystems.net and the usual mirrors; instead, it is on all the main KDE mirrors. The new sources line is:
    deb http://your.mirror.here/pub/kde/stable/3.0.3/Debian ./

    These .debs are compiled on unstable, but will work on woody if you drag a couple of packages back. At this stage, some mirrors still have a half-complete Debian directory; if Packages.gz is not found, just wait until the next pulse.

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    Subject: unstable?
    Author: juraj
    Date: Tuesday, 2002/08/20 – 08:15
    Maybe you need unstable apt-line? Maybe it needs some stuff from unstable. Look at keeping a mixed distribution in APT Howto to find out how to keep a mixed system. It’s worth it — you can have relatively stable stuff from testing, while keeping track of some bleeding edge packages you need (I use it for mozilla and stuff like that:).
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