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KDE SC 4.4.5 by Erik

Eric has stepped up to release KDE SC 4.4.5, the (probably) last maintenance version for KDE 4.4.x version for Slackware 13.1 on his KTown repository. This is due to Pat is having other things to settle for now. Erik is hoping that Pat will also release the packages for -Current in the next following weeks on his blog post.

There are some changes in the requirements packages, so please pay attention if you wanted to upgrade to this version.

In the mean time, i'm mirroring this repository to UKDW's repo server. It should be done in the next hour or so Goodluck

Update (8 July 2010): It's now fully mirrored by UKDW's Repo Server. Also, Erik has uploaded a new update for Qt packages since he incorrectly fetch the wrong KDE repository after getting a report from one of the user who used his package on his blog. x86_64 packages has been uploaded and it has been mirrored as well while Erik is currently building for x86 architecture. I'll keep you updated when x86 packages has been uploaded as well 8-)

Right now, the correct Qt version for x86 architecture has been uploaded as well and it has been mirrored in UKDW's repo server.

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