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KDE on MeeGo

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This entry will show off a new cute thing. Last couple of days i was playing with the MeeGo sdk, it's still a very young system but is really interesting.

After installing the meego atom image on a netbook (by basically copying everything by hand, don't think there is already an automated installation procedure yet?) and after updating all the packages I noticed at the current stage there indeed -is- a working X11 on it, so the subsequent step was quite obvious of course Smile

The setup of the main SDK on the development machine as described on their wiki is really straightforward, so having a complete chrooted build environment is a matter of a moment.

Then i started to build a trunk version of KDE... The result can be seen in this video




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