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Kubuntu packages for KMM 1.0.3 and 3.96

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Yes, I finally got off my duff and made the time for some fresh Kubuntu packages ;)

Now this is a little convoluted, depending on what version of Kubuntu/KDE you are running:

KMyMoney2 1.0.3 (KDE 3 version) for Hardy 8.04 and Karmic 9.04 is found in the main PPA:
https://edge.launchpad.net/~claydoh/+archive/ppa

KMyMoney svn version for karmic 9.04 running KDE 4.3.5:
https://edge.launchpad.net/~claydoh/+ar ... oney2-kde4
You need to have Backports enabled (the "Unsupported Updates" option in KPAckagekit) and be running KDE 4.3.5 - not tested using previous versions

If you are running KDE 4.4, then use this:
https://edge.launchpad.net/~claydoh/+ar ... kde-sc-4.4

I have not tested any of these other than the 3.96+svn running in Karmic with 4.4.

**** PLEASE NOTE ****
At the moment, the 3.96 packages will replace the 1.0.x version if it is installed, I will attempt to rectify this sometime in the near future so users may use both versions concurrently - I just need to change the name of the executable and menu items (I think).

Last edited by claydoh on Tue Mar 09, 2010 6:49 pm, edited 1 time in total.


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You mention a version specifically for 4.4.

I am running 4.4. however I am using KMM from the main PPA, it seems to run OK, is this likely to cause any problems?


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NickElliott wrote:You mention a version specifically for 4.4.

I am running 4.4. however I am using KMM from the main PPA, it seems to run OK, is this likely to cause any problems?


Not at all, as that is the KDE 3 version


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